Kan. principal: Students unmask undercover officer
CONCORDIA, Kan. (AP) — Some students at a northern Kansas high school might be feeling a little paranoid after a 22-year-old police officer spent nearly a month posing as a senior and gathering information about drug trafficking.
Concordia High School Principal Quentin Breese declined to release the names of any students who might be in trouble, but said there would be consequences for some involved in drugs, both on the school campus and within 1,000 feet of a school.
Officer Levi Herring enrolled in the school as a part-time student under the assumed name of Tom Anderson and started classes Jan. 7, the Salina Journal reported (http://bit.ly/VXwx5v). He left Feb. 6, the same day that a protection from stalking order was filed in Cloud County District Court against Concordia Police Chief Chris Edin,...
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