Two 17-year-olds allegedly found with cocaine and marijuana in schoolPosted by On

Two 17-year-old students have allegedly been found with cocaine and marijuana on school premises with one in Nausori and the other in Lautoka.

The Assistant Commissioner of Police – Operations, Livai Driu says in Lautoka, white substances believed to be cocaine were found on a school premises allegedly belonging to a 17-year-old student.

In another case, a 17-year-old student who was found with dried leaves believed to be marijuana on school premises.

The matter is being investigated by Nausori Police.

He says the substances have been sent for analysis.

ACP Driu is urging parents and guardians to talk to their children about the consequences of drug use as well as other harmful substances.

He stresses the need for children to be constantly reminded of the implications drugs has on their health, education and future.

ACP Driu says while police and other stakeholders are doing their best to spread awareness on the harmful effects of drugs, parents and guardians must also reinforce a similar message at home.

He further says the Fiji Detector Dog Unit is currently in the Northern Division assisting with drug operations as drug related arrests and seizures continue to be made around the five policing divisions this past week.

ACP Driu says raids and snap traffic checks have been conducted with positive outcomes as a result of information sharing from members of the public.

ACP Driu said arrests and seizures recorded this past week have been made in Nabouwalu,…

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