Three Bibb County school students were charged in various incidents this week.
According to a district news release, a 14-year old female student was charged by Juvenile Complaint Form on Monday with Theft by Taking and Disruption of a Public School. The arrest stemmed from an incident on Friday, Nov. 9, in which the student is accused of taking home and car keys from a teacher's purse. The student was suspended from school.
Also, a Rutland High School 18-year old male student was arrested by Campus Police on Monday following a plain-view search in the school's parking lot. Items discovered in the student's car led to the following charges: Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Related Objects, Possession of Alcohol on School Grounds, and Possession of Alcohol by a Minor. The student was taken to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center. He was also suspended from school.
And at Westside High School, an 18-year old male student was charged Monday with Possession of Marijuana on School Grounds and Terroristic Threats. The student was caught in possession of drugs by a Hall Monitor and later confessed that the drugs were his. He also threatened campus police. The student was taken to the Bibb Law Enforcement Center. He was also suspended from school.