Drug dog scans, doesn't alert, at Bel Air High

March 13, 2012

A routine, random drug dog scan was conducted without any alerts for illegal drugs or tobacco at Bel Air High School on Friday, March 9, Harford County Public Schools said.

The scan was conducted using a dog under the direction of the Harford County Sheriff's Office.

The 15-minute scan, conducted from 12:45 to 1 p.m., involved 360 lockers being sniffed by the dog and did not result in any alerts for controlled dangerous substances or tobacco violations, according to a school system news release.

The scan was supervised by two Bel Air town police officers, four school administrators and the school system's coordinator of safety and security.

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