GW student arrested for selling meds on campus
Guam - A 19-year-old George Washington High School student has been arrested accused of trying to sell prescription meds containing amphetamine to other students on campus. Shane Francis Rosario was arrested on Tuesday after school administrators learned that Rosario had brought the pills to school to sell.
According to court documents, Rosario was selling a generic form of Adderall, used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The student admitted that he had never been diagnosed with ADHD and found them several weeks earlier.
Rosario told police he sold the pills to make extra money for his family. He was charged with possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance with the intent to distribute.