On Tuesday, April 21, 2015, shortly after 8 a.m., the Macon County Sheriffs Department performed an unannounced search of Red Boiling Springs High School and its parking lots.
During the search, it was discovered that three RBS High School seniors were responsible for bringing drugs and drug paraphernalia onto school grounds.
The search was conducted in conjunction with officers and drug K-9’s from the Lafayette Police Department, the Red Boiling Springs Police Department and the Jackson County Sheriffs Office.
The drug K-9’s hit on two vehicles in the parking lot and one student’s desk inside the school.
“This is something we do every year,” said Sheriff Gammons. “These searches are random and unannounced. These three juveniles will be charged and brought before a juvenile court judge.”
According to Macon County Director of Schools Tony Boles, the students will finish out the remained of their senior years in an Alternative Learning Center (ALC).