(Franklin) — The Heard County High School campus was searched with drug detecting canines on Wednesday, April 30th.
The search was conducted by the Georgia Department of Corrections Special Operations Canine Unit and officers from the Franklin Police Department.
Law enforcement officers utilized canines trained in the detection of drugs to search classrooms, restrooms, lockers, and vehicles. During the search, no illegal drugs were located on the campus.
Chief Kevin Hannah would like to thank the Georgia Department of Corrections and the Heard County High School for their assistance and support in conducting this search. “We encourage students to notify a staff member and/or law enforcement if they suspect or have knowledge that someone is in possession of illegal drugs”, stated Chief Kevin Hannah of the Franklin Police Department.