COLCORD, Okla. (AP) _ Student concerns about a drug problem at Moseley Public School in Colcord prompted school officials to invite in police drug dogs to screen lockers.
A Delaware County narcotics officer and two K-9 officers from Mayes County conducted the sweep of approximately 100 lockers belonging to students in fifth through eighth grades.
Superintendent Holly Davis didn't say what students told district administrators to prompt the search.
Police and school officials say a gram of marijuana was found in one student's locker. A quarter-ounce of what turned out to be oregano was found in the locker of another student.
Davis says neither student was taken into custody, but both were suspended by the district.