Porter H.S. football players accused of drugs on school property

Four students were arrested at Porter High School for having cocaine or illegal prescription drugs.

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Unwashed Mass - 9/15/2013 10:44 AM
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The Porter city councilors were right to rid themselves of the "drug dog" scheme. It's interesting to find that Fort Gibson doesnt have those ethics.

karlschneider - 9/14/2013 4:57 PM
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Who the hell is Lee Phillips and what does his current job have to do with this story? Are idiots writing these things?

Unwashed Mass - 9/14/2013 12:27 AM
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Every school and town has drug use, and "drug dogs" dont make any difference. The dogs are mostly used to shake down motorists and out-of-towners when the dogs sniff the traces of drug found on cash (which they then seize as "drug money"). The more corrupt the department, the more the dogs are used for revenue.

gettingby - 9/13/2013 12:22 PM
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Porter couldn't bear the idea that it had a drug problem and got rid of a trained drug dog. Now that Porter knows it has a problem, how about bring the dog and officer back to do the work Porter needs to do---protect its citizens.
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