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SANBORN – Two Niagara Academy teens were charged by Niagara County sheriff’s deputies in separate drug-related cases Tuesday. Both boys were suspended pending a superintendent’s conference.

One teen was found by a teacher selling prescription drugs in a classroom, deputies said. The boy’s father gave the school permission to give the boy a drug test and the school found he was selling the prescription drug Adderall, which had been prescribed for him.

In another case a 16-year-old Wilson teen was suspected of being under the influence and was found hiding marijuana in a deodorant container, deputies reported. The boy was given an appearance ticket and released into the custody of his mother.