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CAHS Student Arrested for Drug Possession

St. Thomas police arrested three people this week for drug possession, including a student at Charlotte Amalie High School.

The CAHS student was arrested on campus Wednesday after being caught by school monitors; he was found to be in possession of seven small plastic bags of marijuana, according to a V.I. Police Department news release. He was arrested around 3 p.m. Wednesday, and released into his parents’ custody pending an appearance in Juvenile Court.

Police also arrested Hensely Sonson, 29, and Eunice Patris, 30, on St. John Monday for trying to sell cocaine and marijuana to off duty police officers.

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St. Thomas police arrested three people this week for drug possession, including a student at Charlotte Amalie High School.

The CAHS student was arrested on campus Wednesday after being caught by school monitors; he was found to be in possession of seven small plastic bags of marijuana, according to a V.I. Police Department news release. He was arrested around 3 p.m. Wednesday, and released into his parents’ custody pending an appearance in Juvenile Court.

Police also arrested Hensely Sonson, 29, and Eunice Patris, 30, on St. John Monday for trying to sell cocaine and marijuana to off duty police officers.