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Angier students facing drug charges

Posted October 30, 2008

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— Two students are facing charges after they were arrested at Harnett Central High School.

Tyler Hanmann and Francisco Perez  were taken into custody after the school resource officer got a tip they had cocaine at school, police say.

No additional information was immediately available.

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  • something2say Oct 31, 2008

    "I work at a high school in another county - yesterday when we had a similar incident the student's father came to the school to tell us his 19-yr-old wasn't high s/he was sleepy and the drugs were from a doctor."

    and I feel sorry for the teachers adn staff at school who can't get support from parents because their little johnny never does anything wrong!

  • thought Oct 31, 2008

    yes, parents always make up excuses- and they actually think they are helping the child. They can't look bad as parents- so there is always a reason or it is someone elses fault.
    I am surprised they listed the names, ususally they don't for kids right?
    Some paretns are my age and are just too lazy or too materialist to pay attention. But when they die of an overdose or car accident- want and see what they say then. You as parents have the chance and obligation to give your child the hard lesson of life. If they are charged with crimes- they lesson their chance of future jobs, they are just too young to get that- parents need to start teaching again. tough love is still the best. friendship can wait until they are around 25. :)

  • dixie dingo Oct 30, 2008

    I work at a high school in another county - yesterday when we had a similar incident the student's father came to the school to tell us his 19-yr-old wasn't high s/he was sleepy and the drugs were from a doctor. I feel sorry for kids whose parents stick up for them when they do wrong. The kids never end up very well.

  • LibertarianTechie Oct 30, 2008

    I hope they were arrested between classes so the rest of the students could see them.