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El Paso ISD teacher arrested for possession of THC

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EL PASO, Texas -- The El Paso school district confirms to ABC-7 that a teacher was arrested for possession of THC, a chemical ingredient in marijuana that is considered a controlled substance

A spokesperson said district police arrested the teacher, who taught at Terrace Hills Middle School, on May 6.

The teacher was not identified by the school district, but a district spokesperson said the teacher is no longer employed with the district.

News of the arrest comes just over a week after a Canutillo ISD spokesperson confirmed a Canutillo High School teacher was arrested on charges involving on-campus drug use. Authorities indicated the person was in possession of THC.

Authorities said it is illegal to possess THC in a drug-free school zone

The Canutillo school district declined to identify the teacher. The teacher was booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility and later released on a personal recognizance bond, authorities indicated.

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  1. It sounds like it was on campus – if true then they did the right thing. But if it was off campus on his own time then it’s time to change the laws. Actually it overdue.

  2. The “go urnhurdt”. Wooohoooos. Go fathst!!! Fathster!!!! Not much in there if you know what I mean. Unidimensional folk. Then we give them a loaded gun! Holy mother of Jesus. Are we that stupid as a society?

  3. If Madmike and his little fgots want to generalize about all immigrants and Mexicans, then take your own medicine morons. Call it racists. Anything you want. But you have plenty of caca to point out in your own race. Goodnight.

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