Knoxville (WVLT) - Problems with drugs in schools resurface as two Knox County high school students are arrested for possession of crack.
Knoxville police say last Thursday, a 15-year-old male student at Fulton High School was arrested, charged with "possession with intent to redeliver"
He was found with 21 crack rocks.
That same day, a male student at West High School was found with two crack rocks.
He was charged with "possession of scheduled two."
Both students were taken to a juvenile detention facility.
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