Aurora — No drugs were found inside Aurora High School following a drug sweep by police today (Sept. 19).
Ten police dogs from various communities, including Streetsboro, Olmsted Falls and Canal Fulton, assisted Aurora police.
“The dogs sniff all the lockers,” Superintendent Russ Bennett said. “They also sniffed book bags and purses. All students with book bags or purses place them in the hall by the lockers and then the dogs sniff them.”
The dogs sniffed all the cars in the parking lot, and they alerted on something in two cars that police are continuing to analyze.
“We may have found some illegal substances [in the parking lot],” Bennett said. “I suspect the items were marijuana, but that will be determined at some point.”
See more in the Advocate’s Sept. 25 edition.