Schoolboy expelled for selling drugs

POLICE officers have launched an investigation into drug dealing in schools after a young teenager was expelled from a fee-paying school for allegedly selling drugs to another child.

POLICE officers have launched an investigation into drug dealing in schools after a young teenager was expelled from a fee-paying school for allegedly selling drugs to another child.

The 14-year-old has lost his place at £10,000-a-year Woodbridge School following allegations about his involvement with drugs.

He is the third pupil within 15 months to be expelled by the school. In March last year a boy aged 15 and a 16-year-old girl were thrown out after they admitted passing drugs to other children.

Full story, see today's EADT.


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