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The Chelsea Standard reports that the Chelsea Police, Washtenaw County Sheriff, and Michigan State Police conducted simultaneous surprise sweeps of three Chelsea schools for drugs, using a total of seven drug-sniffing dogs and costing the Chelsea Police two days worth of overtime pay. (It’s unclear whether this was the total cost of the operation.) Chelsea Police Chief Scott Sumner hopes to conduct such searches several times a year, claiming that kids can get, “acid and methamphetamine at the lunchroom easier than they can get a Mountain Dew from a pop machine.”
The sweep uncovered a BB gun and no drugs.
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