Three administrators at a Los Angeles middle school were removed from the campus and reassigned after the school district learned they had set up their own drug sting. The administrators at Porter Middle School in the Granada Hills section of the city asked a student to buy pot from another student. The student successfully bought drugs, and the administrators at the Granada Hills campus reported the incident to authorities. Police are investigating the suspected marijuana dealer, but they also are scrutinizing the three administrators who allegedly orchestrated the buy. It is a felony to ask a minor to buy drugs.
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