At least Arizona is not a sanctuary state so the dreamers will get jail time and/or exported.
Three high school students in Arizona were arrested when they were found to have 3,200 fentanyl pills in their possession. These students now face severe charges including possession of drug paraphernalia as well as having an illegal drug in a drug-free school zone.
Three summer school students in Arizona were arrested Wednesday morning after they were allegedly found in possession of more than 3,200 pills of fentanyl, a potentially deadly synthetic opioid.
The students at San Luis High School were jailed and charged for drug possession and distribution charges, police said. Two of the students, Noemi Hernandez-Madrigal and Alessandra Cardenas-Hernandez, are both 18 and are being charged as adults. The third student, a 16-year-old male, will be charged as a minor.
Hernandez-Madrigal had three separate plastic zip-lock bags containing more than 3,200 blue M30 pills, also known as fentanyl, weighing a total of 373 grams, CBS affiliate KPHO reported.
Fentanyl is a fully synthetic opioid, originally developed as a powerful anesthetic for surgery. It is also administered to alleviate severe pain associated with terminal illnesses like cancer. [DFW CBS]
These are not “students.” They’re predators who are using a school as a safe space for their illegal activity. Liberal public education at it’s finest.
One concerned unnamed parent said he was frustrated with the high school district for not notifying parents of the incident.
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