ROCK HILL — Two South Pointe High School students — both boys, age 16 and 17 — were found smoking pot in a car in the school's parking lot and police charged them with possession of marijuana Thursday, according to a Rock Hill police report.
A third male student, 16, also in the car, was charged with unlawful possession of a tobacco product, the report states.
Police say John D. Robbins, 17, of Catawba handed police a marijuana pipe with pot residue inside when questioned in the school’s parking lot. He also admitted to smoking marijuana, the report states.
One of the 16-year-olds also admitted to smoking the pot in the car, according to the report. His name is not listed because he is a juvenile.
A small pocket knife, cigarette and lighter were also in the car, the report states. The officer also searched a book bag in the vehicle and found cigarettes and chewing tobacco.