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Two teenagers were detained on drug charges school, according to the Aiken Department of Public Safety.

The incident happened at South Aiken High School on March 20.

The assistant principal told officers he received a tip that 18-year-old Ja’Quan Shyheim Harrison may have some drugs on him, according to the report. Harrson was searched, and a tightly rolled napkin containing “rock like” material was recovered.

Harrison told officers he found the rocks on the bathroom floor, according to the report.

The substance tested negative for cocaine but tested positive for methamphetamine and amphetamine, the report stated. Harrison kept telling police he could not say where he got the rocks “because he feared for his mother,” the report said.

A juvenile student was also detained after school officials got the student’s name “as being involved,” according to the report. The assistant principal searched the student and found a bag containing a zipper bag and razor.

Inside the zipper bag was a white rock that weighed about 30 grams, according to the report. That rock also tested positive for amphetamine.

Harrison was placed in the Aiken County detention center for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. The juvenile was charged with trafficking methamphetamine and released to his parents, according to the report.


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