IPS student arrested with crack

Police with Indianapolis Public Schools arrested a student Tuesday afternoon after he allegedly attempted to enter the school with crack cocaine. A spokesperson for the school district said the 16-year-old male student from Coleman Academy came to school with 15 small baggies of crack cocaine worth an estimated $300. The arrest came after the student was searched, which is the school’s security policy for any tardy student.

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