Friday, December 19, 2008

9-year-old called drug dealer over cough drops


Case prompted when student shared Vitamin C candy with friend 

A Florida elementary school accused a 9-year-old student of selling drugs for sharing cough drops with friends.

Officials at Patterson Elementary School in Clay County decided, however, not to discipline Khalin Rivenbark, who met with the girl and her father Wednesday.

The accusation arose one day earlier when the child got into trouble after her father put some Halls Defense Vitamin C cough drops in her school bag when she was recovering from a cold, she told Jacksonville's WJXT-TV

She later shared some with friends.

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1 Comment:

Hall Monitor said...

This story made http://detentionslip.org ! Check it out for all the crazy headlines from our schools.