2 Texoma Highschoolers Accused Of Selling Prescription Drugs At School

Two Texoma high school students are accused of selling prescription drugs at school.
Drugs police say made two other students sick.

17-year-old Cody Lee Phipps is charged with manufacture delivery of a controlled substance.
The second student is also facing the same charge, but police did not release her name because she is underage.

Police said last Wednesday they were at Graham Regional Hospital when a nurse approached saying a juvenile was being treated for a possible overdose.
The minor was so sick they could not talk and had to be flow to cooks Children's Hospital in Fort Worth.

The next day a school resource officer at the high school was told a juvenile student was incoherent in the cafeteria and was going to be taken to the hospital.

Police said while investigating they found the students had bought prescription medication from Phipps and the other juvenile suspect.
The juvenile suspect was released to the custody of her parents.
Phipps remains in custody in the Young County Jail on a $30,000 bond.
Our crews are in Graham today learning more on this developing story.
Look for the latest on NewsChannel 6 first at 5.