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Police shut down high school party after finding meth and cocaine in boys and girls toilets

By Mason White 12:44 PM December 30, 2016
Teenage drinking party (illustration)
By: Tanya Malhotra

A group of teenage students who were enjoying themselves at a party, were sent home by police after using illegal drugs, according to police in the United Kingdom.

Police said that the students were from two grammar schools in Stroud, Gloucestershire.

The students were partying at the party at Cheltenham Racecourse, where security guards found illegal drugs in the boys and girls toilets.

Police were called, and they tested the substances that were found in the toilet. Police confirmed that the drugs were cocaine and meth.

Police immediately shut down the party and sent the students home. Officials of the Stroud High and Marling schools said that the party was not organized by the principals, teachers or parents.

The schools accept students between 11 and 18 years old. No charges were filed as police were unable to determine who was responsible for the drugs.

School officials said that they are working with the police to explain the dangers of drugs and alcohol to their students.