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BAYWOOD – Charges are pending against two Grayson County High School students after deputies found a marijuana pipe on a school bus Aug. 11.
Grayson County Sheriff Richard Vaughan said the bus was traveling between Independence and Fairview on Aug. 11 when the bus driver smelled marijuana.
The driver contacted school administration, and was told to pull over at the weigh station in Baywood.
Grayson deputies — along with GCHS Principal Bobby Cheeks — responded to the scene and performed a search of the bus.
Vaughan said a marijuana pipe was found, leading to possible charges against two high school students.
Because the students are juveniles, names were not released.
Charges have not yet been filed and the investigation continues.
“Students who engage in misconduct or unlawful acts in a school vehicle are subject to corrective action from the school system, as well as from the court system,” Grayson Schools Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Thomas said in an e-mail.