Apparently, some misbehaving students couldn't think of a better hiding place for their stash than the local high school:
School officials have discovered a secret hideaway at Bentworth High School, in the small coal-patch town of Bentleyville, Pennsylvania. The secret room was behind a hallway hatch used to access pipes. Inside, officials found marijuana roaches, candles, and a disposable camera with pictures of a boy bound with duct tape and a girl flashing her breasts.
Police say no crimes were committed but at least ten students have been disciplined. However, some parents think officials aren't taking the secret hideaway seriously enough. Kay Keen, a former PTA vice president, says those sorts of things shouldn't be happening in a school.
Guess there's not that much to do in coal-mining towns these days.Posted by kswygert at March 26, 2005 09:14 PM