Police dog finds no drugs in scan of lockers at middle school

December 12, 1996

No drugs were found yesterday when a police dog trained to sniff out narcotics was used to scan lockers at East Middle School in Westminster, authorities said.

Random drug scans by local police and investigators from the state's attorney's office are performed in cooperation with school administrators, police said.

Students normally are in class and are not disrupted by the police operation, which generally takes about an hour, officials said.

Students' cars at high schools also are randomly scanned for drugs, police said.

Pub Date: 12/12/96

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