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LUHS student charged with intent to deliver THC at school

April 17, 2020 by Abigail Bostwick

A student at Lakeland Union School is charged with a felony, accused of intending to deliver THC at or near school, according to Oneida County Court records.

Kayleen Hiland, 18, Minocqua, has an initial appearance in mid-May in Oneida County Circuit Court. She has been charged with the felony as well as misdemeanors possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Based on reports, the Minocqua Police Department was phoned Feb. 14 after Hiland was allegedly seen having dropped a zippered bag in the high school commons area. The principal opened the bag and found “... a green leafy material, drug paraphernalia and what he believed to be THC-infused chocolate,” reports state.

Hiland was immediately placed on suspension, with the understanding further measures could take place, reports add. 

A responding officer field tested the items, including three plastic baggies — one with one about gram of marijuana — and three folded up pieces of foil with two containing marijuana and one piece of about four gram marijuana chocolate, all which came back positive for THC. There also was a glass marijuana pipe, one metal screen for the pipe, two lighters, one digital scale and a wrapper from a chocolate bar, reports state. 

Abigail Bostwick may be reached at [email protected]


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