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Adderall found in ongoing Union Mine High School investigation
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Investigators looking into what caused two JV football players at Union Mine High School to be hospitalized last Friday have uncovered information about more drug sales at the school. A 17-year-old student was arrested Monday by El Dorado County Sheriff's deputies as part of the ongoing investigation, however a connection between the arrested boy and the two injured players has not been established. He was arrested after investigators suspected he was selling Adderall to another student after talking to him. 

Other students are being interviewed in the ongoing investigation and deputies are following up on new information.

Friday night, Nick Brown and Justin Schwartz were taken to the hospital for treatment after having medical issues following their JV football game. Schwartz was treated and released later that weekend. He is home now recovering from a grade 3 concussion. 

Brown is still recovering at the hospital, he needed emergency brain surgery Friday night. 

Investigators from the sheriff's office and the school district superintendent have not said what caused the teens' medical emergencies, and they are reviewing game footage in addition to talking to students. 

 


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