Tredyffrin Police say a Conestoga High School Student was arrested at school last Wednesday, October 17, at high noon.
According to a report from Tredyffrin Police "Police were dispatched to the high school at 11:57 a.m. for the report of a juvenile male in possession of suspected marijuana “firecrackers” The juvenile was arrested and released to their parent."
While no more specifics on this case were made available, Tredyffrin Police and the T/E School District have a "zero tolerance" policy when it comes to possession of any illegal drugs or substances.
Firecrackers have long been a concern when it comes to teens in the area. Two people were arrested at the and of last school year for selling firecrackers to students at a SEPTA train station not far from the Conestoga campus.
"A snack made with crackers, peanut butter, and marijuana. Basically, it's peanut butter and weed sandwiched between two crackers, then baked."
In a separate and unrelated case of possession last week,
Tredyffrin Police made another arrest Thursday, October 18 at 4:37 p.m.
Police say it happened along Upper Gulph Road in Wayne. According to a police blotter report "police arrested Marc Francis Pietrini, 34, of Wayne PA for possessing a small amount of suspected marijuana and paraphernalia. While driving past his vehicle, officers observed Mr. Pietrini using suspected marijuana and subsequently initiated a traffic stop."