Editor Justin Saglio firstname.lastname@example.org
9:56 am on Tuesday, November 6, 2012
10:02 am on Friday, April 27, 2012
The fact that Jeff is a currently a student at CM is completely beside the point. He is still friendly with his former classmates. It was, frankly, no surprise to anyone in the community that Jeff was caught with drugs that were packaged for sale.
This does not make him a bad person, but it does reflect on his judgement. Officer Tedstone was just doing his job.
10:55 am on Sunday, April 22, 2012
I do not know Jeff Goudreault or Officer Tedstone personally, but I do know that drug use is a real problem in our community. According to our students own report on the recently released MetroWest Adolescent Health Survey, 36% of D-S students have used marijuana in their lifetime and 25% used it within 30 days of taking the survey. Worse yet, nearly a quarter of the students reported that they had ridden in a car that was driven by someone who was intoxicated. Given these numbers, I was pleased to learn that the Sherborn police are doing what the tax payers employ them to do-- enforce the law and keep the residents safe. Hopefully this arrest will cut off part of the drug supply to D-S and send a clear message to students and parents that breaking the law has consequences, even in Sherborn. As a current D-S parent, I know first hand that drugs are being sold and used at the high school, and I feel grateful to Officer Tedstone and the Sherborn police force for trying to do something about it. Thank you, Officer Tedstone, for a job well done!
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