Police Blotter: 2 Net Drug Charges After Trying To Sell Marijuana to Kennedy Junior High Students
During a search of their vehicle, police found an amount of suspected marijuana and several items of suspected drug paraphernalia.
Two men were arrested on drug charges Monday after the Lisle Police Department school resource officer at Kennedy Junior High School was alerted that a person was attempting to sell marijuana to students on school property.
Based on the description given, the officer located two people and after speaking with them was able to search their vehicle, police said.
Andrew Dunlop III, 19, 5S651 Buttonwood Court, Naperville, and Mindaugus Skurvydas, 18, 2209 Grove Court, Naperville, were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver at 3:46 p.m. at 2929 Green Trails Drive, police said.
Police said during the search of their vehicle, an amount of suspected marijuana and several items of suspected drug paraphernalia were located and taken as evidence.
Dunlop was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.
Reports state Skurvydas was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal trespass to state supported property.
Both were transferred to the Lisle Police Department and released on bond.