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Rider Student Found In Possession of K2

Wichita Falls Independent School District Public Information Officer Renea Murphy said a Rider student was busted for having K2.

Murphy said the student was removed from the high school campus Wednesday.

K2 is a synthetic marijuana, that several Texoma cities have banned.

Archer City, Bowie, Electra, Nocona, Olney and Graham have banned the substance. Anyone under the age of 21, in possession of K2, will be subject to punishment.

 

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