High School Teacher Cited For Possession Of Marijuana

Nancy Robinson, a teacher at Grayville High School in Illinois, was cited for possession of marijuana after a K-9 sweep of the high school.

According to Illinois state law, possession of cannabis, 10 grams or less, is a civil offense and punishable with a fine of up to $200. Police said they found 2.5 grams of cannabis and a smoking device in Robinson’s after K-9 unit swept the school for illegal narcotics.

A Facebook post from the Grayville Police Department said that Robinson, from Carmi, Illinois, was cited for possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia.

via Facebook:

On Dec. 13, 2017 Grayville Police Department along with several K-9 units from surrounding departments conducted a detail a Grayville High School. During the detail, K-9’s were used to conduct a sweep of the school and school grounds for any illegal drugs. One K-9 did alert on a 2008 Jeep owned by Nancy B Robinson from Carmi. Once making contact with Robinson it was found that less than 2.5grams of Cannabis along with a smoking device was recovered from the vehicle.

Robinson was cited for Possession of Cannabis and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. No other items were found or recovered in or outside the school. I would like to thank all the participating department K-9 units that assisted today. Edwards County Sheriff Department, Mt. Carmel Police Department, Carmi Police Department and Robinson Police Department.

Police said no other drugs were found on the school property.

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