A 14-year-old form three student who was allegedly caught with narcotics on the compound of a school in South Trinidad, on Tuesday, is expected to be charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose
According to police reports, at 9.50 am on June 7th, a precepted Estate Constable attached to the secondary school was patrolling the compound when she observed a male student acting in a suspicious manner.
The estate constable subsequently questioned the student who allegedly handed over a grinder and a quantity of marijuana.
A report was made to police and officers of the Gasparillo Police Station, who responded, conveyed the boy to seek medical treatment.
He was subsequently taken to the Juvenile Booking Centre where he was further interviewed.
The seized narcotics weighed 2.6 grammes.