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1st Grader Brings Heroin to Philadelphia Elementary School: Police

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    1st Grader Brings 12 Bags of Heroin to School

    A 1st grade student at William Cramp School in Kensington section of Philly brought 12 bags of heroin to school and showed the drugs to some of his classmates. Philadelphia police are still investigating how the boy ended up with the drugs. (Published Wednesday, April 22, 2015)

    UPDATE: An arrest was made in this case.


    A 1st grade student brought heroin to school, sparking a police investigation, according to officials.

    Officials told NBC10 the young boy brought packets of heroin to William Cramp Elementary School on the 3400 block of N Mascher Street Tuesday morning. The boy showed the heroin to other students in the lunchroom around 11 a.m. and the students informed school officials, according to investigators. 

    Philadelphia Police are investigating the incident. Officials have not yet revealed whether they’ve reached out to the boy’s parents. No arrests have been made.