The student brought it to the school resource officer who tested the vial of substance. The officer later learned it was crystal meth and turned it into police. Now, police are trying to figure out how it got there.
“Because we had activities that were happening in the school over the weekend – it could have been anybody that dropped it in there. We don’t know for sure it was a student who dropped it in,” said Sherry Ely, Grants Pass School District 7.
The school said any student caught with illegal substances on school grounds could face serious consequences, including expulsion.
NBC5 News reporter, weather forecaster, anchor Nikki Torres graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Strategic Communication from The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication.
She also received a minor in Business Administration from the Washington State University Carson College of Business. Prior to coming to NBC5, Nikki was an intern at KHQ Local News, the NBC affiliate in Spokane.
She comes to Southern Oregon from the state of Washington, where she grew up just south of Seattle. She loves running, exploring the Pacific Northwest, watching a good football game and spending time with her dog, Gisele. True to her roots, Nikki is a proud WSU Cougar fan and loyal Seahawks fan.