Drug-Sniffing Dog Will Be Used for Searches at Logan High

Drug-Sniffing Dog Will Be Used for Searches at Logan High

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(Logan-AP) -- A drug-sniffing police dog will be used in planned periodic searches of Logan High School's parking lot, hallway lockers and locker rooms.

Police Captain Eric Collins said school administrators, the school resource officer and the police department's K-nine team will begin surveying lockers and cars in the school parking lot sometime within the next month or so.

Principal Charles Nelson said students considering bringing drugs to school may think twice knowing that there are random searches being done with the dogs.

Nelson said the surveys will occur while students are in class.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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