Narcotics officers on Friday dynamic a white powdery piece found in dual balloons during a center propagandize was cocaine.
(Tulare County Sheriff’s Office)
A 13-year-old child brought balloons full of heroin to his propagandize Friday, ensuing in medical exams for a organisation of his schoolmates, military said.
Fortunately, all of a children tested negative, FOX 26 of Fresno reported.
The students during Carl F. Smith Middle School in Terra Bella, about 43 milles north of Bakersfield, detected dual balloons in a playground, a Visalia Times Delta reported, citing law enforcement.
School officials insincere a white powdery piece inside a balloons was flour, though as a prevision called authorities around 8:30 a.m., Sheriff’s Lt. Kevin Kemmerling said.
“The deflated balloons, identical to drug bindle packaging, had a white powdery piece inside and outward a packaging,” a Tulare County Sheriff’s Office pronounced in a statement.
Narcotics officers dynamic a piece was cocaine.
Authorities found traces of a drug on a boy’s shirt and in his home after a K9 search, a San Francisco Chronicle reported. No additional heroin was found during a school, a Sheriff’s Office said.
“The reasons (the students) contacted propagandize staff is they were messing with a balloons and they pulled open a balloons and saw white powdery piece and dual students became really dizzy,” Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said.
In all, 13 kids were unprotected to a drug, and ecstatic to a sanatorium 9 miles away, officials said. Classes resumed after investigators gave an all-clear.
Meanwhile, ivestigators were doubt a boy.
Upon conference a news, relatives flocked to a propagandize to safeguard their children’s safety, a Times Delta reported. Some listened a news by amicable media, while others did not know until they picked adult their kids.
“I’m really endangered for my daughter’s reserve during propagandize after today,” pronounced one paper cited by a Times Delta. “The propagandize should give some-more courtesy to a kids. This is scary.”
Authorities are stability to investigate.
Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.