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Recent RI case: Five Lincoln High students arrested at homecoming dance

Posted by Matthew Marin | Nov 02, 2011 | 0 Comments

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VIA WPRO online


Lincoln police arrested five Lincoln High School students at the school's homecoming dance for possession of alcohol and marijuana.

At the dance on Friday, October 29, one adult and four juveniles were arrested after school administrators called Lincoln police about an unresponsive student, who was the victim of an apparent alcohol poisoning.

After searching the vehicle in which the arrested students arrived, police seized marijuana and alcohol.

The only legal adult among the group at 18-years-old, has been charged with Possession of Marijuana. The four other juvenile students were charged with Possession of Alcohol by an Underage Person and released to their parents.

The Adult will be arraigned in the 3rd District Court on November 18.

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