Campus Police conducted unannounced, randomized searches of two high schools, arresting one student for drug possession.
Eleven Bibb County students have been charged with sundry incidents this week.
Three male Rutland High students were charged with marijuana possession on school grounds Thursday according to a Bibb County Schools news release.
The release says they were seen smoking it behind the school. As a result, the 17- and 20-year-old were taken to the Bibb County jail. A 16-year-old was also charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer in connection with the incident.
The three students were suspended.
A Ballard-Hudson Middle School student was charged with possession of marijuana on school grounds. Police found the marijuana on the 16-year-old student during a search for another reason.
The student was taken to the Macon Regional Youth Detention Center and suspended.
Two 14-year-old males at Bloomfield Middle School were charged with making terroristic threats Thursday. The release says they were making gang-related threats against the "life of another student."
Both students were suspended.
After being suspended, a 15-year-old male student "refused to comply with a Campus Police" request to leave campus Thursday. He was then charged with obstruction of a police officer.
A 14-year-old male Howard Middle School student was charged with sexual battery Thursday after police investigated an incident that happened on Nov. 30.
The male reportedly grabbed a female's buttocks and her mother witnessed it. He was suspended.
A different 14-year-old Howard Middle School student was charged with theft by taking Thursday after he was found with school-owned music and band-related items.
Two Weaver Middle School students were suspended for fighting in the school cafeteria Thursday. The 14- and 15-year-old were charged with affray and disruption of a public school.
This follows a report yesterday that six Bibb students had been suspended since Friday, November 30.