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Posted: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 10:00 pm

Recent investigations into illegal drug activity at Glacier High School have led to the arrests of seven youths.

School Resource Officer Jason Parce of the Kalispell Police Department said the investigations took place on Dec. 6, 7, 11 and 12.

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          • Fast posted at 6:28 pm on Sat, Dec 22, 2012.

            Fast Posts: 248

            More prodigies for the prison system. If we keep breeding people like this Montana can fill that new but empty Prison in Harden Montana in just a few years.

          • Justintime posted at 10:56 pm on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            Justintime Posts: 14

            How can you tell if Schottle, Langhor, Dennehy and Fusaro are lieing??? Their lips are moving![beam] These Fake Four need to go!

          • mom posted at 6:27 pm on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            mom Posts: 629

            Well I would rather not have any drug use at all in our schools. We're supposed to be trying to raise better people and prepare them to run this world. I would have no problem with random drug testing and mandatory for activities. And when a kid gets popped deal with it harshly and publicly. My niece tells me that her swim team friend got kicked out for alleged marijuana use. Not confirmed, don't even know how to do that. It should be well known, as a simple example to others.

          • tgmack posted at 5:58 pm on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            tgmack Posts: 7

            I would definately have some weed smoking kid hanging around rather than some ar-15 toting hilbillie that thinks zombies are going to invade and the world is going to end. Schools are like prisons, with more windows. I dont approve of pill use, but pills are just made out of herbs like marijuana and heroin, and synthesized down thousands of times and sold as adderol or xanex. This is retarded, why dont you hillbillies send me a picture of yourself so i can know when a dumbass is in my neighborhood.

          • averagejoe posted at 5:44 pm on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            averagejoe Posts: 253

            Principal Callie Langhor says that this mirrors society and what is going on in other large high schools, but that they are being proactive is why these arrests keep occuring at Glacier High.
            So what Langhor is saying is that they have the same drug issues at Flathead but the administration under Principal Peter Fusaro is not being dilligent and is letting the drug selling go on there.
            This means that one of two situations exist, 1)- There is a major drug problem at Glacier and that the administration has created an atmosphere where it became acceptable behavior and now they are trying to get a handle on it, or 2)- The drug use at Glacier is normal and the administration is doing a great job of controlling it while at the same time the Flathead administration is doing a poor job of controlling their problem, and this is evident because of the lack of drug busts at Flathead.
            Either way one of the groups of administrators at GHS or FHS is not doing their job. Maybe 4 administrators at each school isn't enough maybe they need six or eight in each building. Maybe we need a superintendent that can get a grip on her high school administrators and require that they actually do something other than stand in the hallway or sit at their desks all day. Maybe its time we start random drug testing in our high schools, but then with the rampant steroid use at Glacier they would have to get rid of their sports programs.

          • Homeboy posted at 4:30 pm on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            Homeboy Posts: 96

            We ALL make mistakes in our life. Our future is guided foremost by our response to them. Also of great importance are the options available to make amends after we are busted.

            Contrary to the ideas in many peoples heads, shame is not always helpful.

          • brokenbutcher posted at 11:17 am on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            brokenbutcher Posts: 140

            Not to worry, These Kids, will all be moms and or dads by the time they are 17 or 18, pawn their kids off on the grandparents and begin a life of casino hoping, drinking and driving, and sleeping in until noon everyday. S.O.P. for the Flathead...let the disease roll on..

          • janie posted at 9:23 am on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            janie Posts: 174

            Personally I want to see their faces and names. That may be the only deturant. since the schools and juvenile court services only slaps their hands and hides the record till they are 21. For some of them they may enjoy seeing their name and faces up in lights and gain notority. But at least when I see them on the street I have their picture in my mine and will be watching. Thank you Daily Interlake.

          • posted at 8:57 am on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.


            Hi Cordwood: We run photos of most juveniles charged with serious crimes if they are made available to us by law-enforcement authorities. Neither the names nor photos have been released in this case as of yet. Plus, there are many drug cases which we only cover in the court record. This case is more important than some because of the school connection, but we will decide how much more coverage the case deserves as we learn more about it. -Frank Miele, Managing Editor

          • mom posted at 7:48 am on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            mom Posts: 629

            Everyone smokes and does pills, Doper? Really? That's nice to know. Might as well just shut down the school then, huh? Or do you have a better plan? Let me guess, you would legalize it...

          • cordwood posted at 7:45 am on Thu, Dec 20, 2012.

            cordwood Posts: 96

            Where are the names and mugshots, Frank? If one of these vermin live in my neighborhood and are peddling their wares, I want to know about it. I thought it was your policy to print juvenile offenders' (alleged offenders) names and mugshots.


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