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Shenendehowa student accused of injecting classmate with heroin

Shenedehowa Central School Superintendent Olivar Robinson held a press conference at the school's district offices on Friday to discuss the situation where two students were seen exchanging pills. Upon being questioned, one student reported that they also engaged in the use of liquid heroin in the High School East locker room on Thursday. Kelly M. DeFeciani, Public Information Officer, is seen at right.
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Shenedehowa Central School Superintendent Olivar Robinson held a press conference at the school's district offices on Friday to discuss the situation where two students were seen exchanging pills. Upon being questioned, one student reported that they also engaged in the use of liquid heroin in the High School East locker room on Thursday. Kelly M. DeFeciani, Public Information Officer, is seen at right.
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A 17-year-old Shenendehowa High School student has been accused of injecting a classmate with heroin at school. Daniel Lewis, of Clifton Park, was arrested this week, accused of injecting a 15-year-old student with the drug at about 11 a.m. Wednesday at the 3,200-student school in the affluent Saratoga County suburb. The drug was injected with the classmate’s consent, officials said. Lewis was also found in possession of “heroin residue” in “multiple glassine envelopes” and several ...


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