Pot Found at Woodbridge High: Student, 22, Sought in Case
WOODBRIDGE, Va. — Police uncovered some pot during a routine drug search at Woodbridge Senior High School.
One of the high school students – a 22-year-old – is still wanted.
Here is more in an unedited police press release:
School Drug Searches – On February 24th, members of the School Resource Officer Unit and K-9 Unit conducted a routine drug search at Woodbridge Senior High School located at 3001 Old Bridge Rd in Woodbridge (22192). As common practice, students were removed from one of the classrooms for the search. During the search, a police K-9 alerted on two backpacks that left in the room. After a subsequent search of the bags, marijuana was located. Following the investigation, the officer obtained charges against both students. One of the students, an adult, is still wanted. On the same day, a search was also conducted at Godwin Middle School, no drugs were located. These searches are performed routinely at different schools in the county and are not in response to any public concern.
Wanted: [No photo available]
Edwin Christian CONTRERAS BOBADILLA, 22, last known address in the 13200 block of Armstead St in Woodbridge
Described as a Hispanic male, 5’8”, 160lbs with brown eyes and black hair
Wanted for possession with intent to distribute marijuana
Charged on February 25th: [Juvenile]
A 14 year old male juvenile of Woodbridge
Charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana
Charge will be handled unofficially
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