PLC student arrested on drug chargesPublished 1:54pm Tuesday, May 28, 2013
A student at the Bainbridge Performance Learning Center was arrested last Thursday after officers found suspected marijuana on him, according to a Bainbridge Public Safety incident report.
Terry Vondale Reynolds, 18, of 107 Griffin St., Bainbridge, is charged with possession of controlled marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute within 1000 feet of a school.
According to an incident report, Reynolds had been caught with marijuana inside his backpack on the grounds of Bainbridge Middle School. The PLC is located on the second floor of one of the school’s buildings.
BPS Investigator Ryan Deen was notified by School Resource Officer Travis Martin that a parent had called the school to complain that Reynolds was allegedly responsible for selling marijuana to a juvenile student.
According to the incident report, the marijuana was found concealed inside the backpack in a plastic sandwich bag that contained six smaller plastic bags.
The Performance Learning Center, or PLC is described by school officials as a non-traditional learning environment. Students who may have otherwise not succeeded at Bainbridge High School can choose to attend PLC, in which they complete work at their own pace using computer-based learning software, while still under the supervision of teachers.