Brianna Boyd, Editor
Four Dixon High students are facing possible expulsions from school after an investigation by school officials and the Dixon Police Department revealed that these teens have been involved in the sale and distribution of marijuana.
Due to confidentiality required in student disciplinary actions, Superintendent Brian Dolan is not able to disclose all the details in this ongoing investigation. He can reveal that the initial concern at Dixon High earlier this month was related to possession of marijuana. Two teens were found to be either under the influence of marijuana or in possession of the drug while on school grounds. Following a joint investigation between Dixon High administrators and the Dixon Police Department, four additional students, all juniors or seniors, were suspended March 8 with expulsion recommendations because of their involvement in arranging for the sales and distribution of marijuana.