West Virginia Vocational School Shut Down After Meth Residue Found

A West Virginia school where the principal and a teacher were arrested for allegedly smoking meth has been shut down because meth residue was found in the building's duct system. Boone County officials shut down Boone County Career and Technical Center on July 22. "There were positive tests that came back for the residue of methamphetamines," West Virginia Department of Education Spokeswoman Liza Cordeiro told ABCNews.com. "What we had were micrograms, a very small amount, but nonetheless...Full Story
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