San Diego Magazine reports on two cops who went undercover in two San Diego schools to investigate the rise in teenage drug use. For months the officers pretended to be students and befriended many kids from the drug subculture. Their findings: easy access to drug activity- in and out of the classroom, little teacher/parent interaction with students and students with a general lack of respect for faculty. Their efforts resulted in 22 arrests and illustrated the high drug activity in these schools, which many faculty and parents denied. Kevin Brass reports more.
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