Students caught selling tramadol, marijuana


January 31, 2019

By Joseph S. Margai

The strange substance found in the possession of secondary school students

Crime Officer attached to the Lunsar Police Division, Inspector Mohamed N.J. Kewulley, has yesterday  told Concord Times that they were currently investigating three students, who were caught selling foodstuff polluted with marijuana and tramadol.

The crime officer said they received a tip-off from teachers attached to the A.
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D. Wurie Secondary School in Lunsar that some students were in possession of a certain strange substance, which they were retailing to their colleagues for consumption.

“We immediately went to the school and found some substance with one Abass Koroma, an SSS I student. He in turn told the police that the substance was given to him for safe keeping by his elder brother, Mohamed Koroma, a student of St. Joseph Technical Vocational Centre,” he explained.

He noted that as the investigation continues, the two brothers also drew into the investigation one Rugiatu Kamara- the fiancé of Mohamed Koroma.

According to the crime officer, the three students have been conniving to sell drugs to their colleagues primarily  to intoxicate them, adding that they were on the verge of conducting an investigation within the school compound so as to ascertain whether such substance has contributed to the anti-social behaviour  among   students.

“At the moment, we have arrested three of them, who are helping us with the investigations,” he said.

Principal of the A.D Wurie Secondary School, Ibrahim M. Tarawallie, said they had once received information that students were selling foodstuff in class, adding that based on that information, they decided to embark on a random search which led to the discovery of the strange substance.

“With all my experience as a teacher and now a principal, I have never seen or heard of such substance. Fortunately, the chairman, Community Teachers Association (C.T.A), Mohamed Kamara, who also doubles as chairman of the Local Police Partnership Board (LPPB), was in the school. He immediately called on the police to come and investigate the pupils,” he explained.

Asked as to whether he has been experiencing anti-social behaviour among the students due to the in-take of the said substance, he replied that they have been hearing noise around the vicinity, but stated that nothing serious has been noticed among the students.

C.T.A Chairman, Mohamed Kamara, said while he was addressing SSS III pupils  to pay attention in class being that their exams were fast approaching, he received a report from the vice principal of the school that they have discovered a strange substance in the possession of two  students.