Several items were taken from the Shelbyville city transfer station’s office on Blue Ribbon Parkway overnight Tuesday, police were told.
A 15-foot piece of copper wire, a television set, drinks and food were stolen after an window air conditioner was pushed from its frame.
Four students at Community High School in Unionville have been charged after one became ill due to a “hit” from a “dub pen” Tuesday, according to a report filed by School Resource Officer Tracey Harvey.
The ill student was walked to the school’s office by two classmates after he began vomiting, and admitted to administrators that he took the “hit” earlier in the day at the school. He was sent by ambulance to a pediatric clinic in Franklin
Three other students admitted sharing the pen. They have been charged with simple possession in a drug-free school zone.
A “dub pen” is a battery-powered portable vaporizer which resembles a fountain pen. They are used to inhale vapors such as those sold in marijuana and vape shops.
The following were charged since Wednesday by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Shelbyville Police Departmenet, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.