Teen girl arrested for selling marijuana candy at Clovis North High School
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Police have arrested a 17-year-old student for selling candy infused with marijuana.
Investigators say she was selling the candy on campus at Clovis North High School for the past week-and-a-half, at $5 to $10 dollars each.
Police say other students were involved but at a lesser level and will not be arrested.
The Clovis police narcotics unit doesn't know how many students have purchased the drug-tainted candy, and say the investigation is ongoing.
crimetracker, drug bust, marijuana, clovis, fresno, fresno county, local
- Operation Bulldog cracks down on gang members
- Target: 40M card accounts may be breached
- Figure skating champ Boitano says he's gay
- New Mexico Supreme Court: Same-sex marriage legal
- Elderly woman critically injured in Fresno house fire
- Fresno attorney reenacts testimony from Kai
- Man accused of killing Los Banos boy in crash changes plea
- Teen girl found dead in Madera County stream
- Homicide investigated at Porterville Developmental Center
- Valley schools prepare for new transgender law
- Valley business gear up for next Fresno State game
- FUSD improves nationally but still behind peers
- Wood burning contributes to bad air quality in the Valley
- Bad air keeps some Valley students indoors
- Fresno State Bulldogs arrive in Las Vegas
35 min ago
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed Photos