Drug and thieves topic of this week's Campus Crime

Very few weapons but plenty of drugs were found at Midsouth schools last week. And hold on to your hi-hat, thieves have been in the market for musical equipment.

Someone reported a Ridgeway High School student for trying to sell pot on campus. Police investigated and found more than 15 grams.

Students were also caught with pot at Bartlett High School, Bolton High, White Station High and Westwood High School.

Police found a cigar wrapper filled with pot on the dash board of a student's car at Collierville High School. The student was issued a citation and released.

Another Collierville High School student was caught carrying marijuana seeds and rolling papers.

Educators searched the purse of a Georgian Hills Middle School looking for fireworks, but when they found pot they called police.

At Concord Academy in Memphis a student was caught with a single anti depressant. She told police said she bought it from a classmate for 5 dollars. They were both disciplined.

In the weapons department knives were confiscated from students at Collierville High School, Manassas High and American Way Middle School.

A Southwind Middle School accused of assault was taken into custody.

Classmates in Desoto county were arrested for fighting, as well as two students at Southaven High, and
two at Southaven Middle, and 2 at Desoto Central High

Someone busted out the window of a car parked at Lighthouse Christian Preschool and stole a purse valued at 480 dollars.

At Colonial Middle School a thousand dollar clarinet was stolen from a classroom.

The Sunday School Room at Christ United Methodist Church was robbed of almost 5000 dollars worth of musical equipment.