Drug dealer leaves donuts filled with Xanax pills at high school for studentBy Mason White 2:59 PM March 23, 2016
|Ilker Ceylan and Brian Perry Jr.|
By: Mahesh Sarin
(Scroll down for video) A student was arrested on a charge of drug possession after a drug dealer dropped off donuts filled with Xanax pills at school, police in New Jersey said.
Bordentown Township said that they have arrested 21-year-old Brian Perry Jr., after being accused of leaving the donuts with the Xanax pills at school for another student.
The student who picked up the drugs, 18-year-old Ilker Ceylan, was also arrested on a charge of drug possession. Both suspects were charged with one count of drug possession and one count of drug distribution.
Perry was booked into the Burlington County Jail, and his bail was at $250,000.
According to the police investigation, the donuts stuffed with six Xanax pills were left at the main office of the Bordentown Regional High School.
Perry told school officials that the bag contained Ceylan’s lunch. School officials were suspicious, and searched the bag.
They found small plastic bags with pills hidden in the center holes of the donuts.