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Saturday, April 9, 2005

After Drug Dogs Lose Their Bite, School Hires $60,000 Mole To Bust Students

A school district in a suburb of Cincinnati recently paid a PI company $60,000 to have a young-looking mole pose as a student for a semester and identify all the major drug dealers.  The school said that drug dogs were no longer working, as the students had become saavy enough to avoid detection.  The mole's work led to the arrest of 16 students, who were charged with selling X, mushrooms, prescription drugs and pot.  Story . . .  [Mark Godsey]

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