Campus Police conducted unannounced, randomized searches of two high schools, arresting one student for drug possession.
One female Southwest High student and two male Westside High students were arrested and charged in three separate incidents, a news release says.
Wednesday, a 16-year-old female was charged with disorderly conduct and disrupting a public school after refusing to leave a Southwest High School classroom.
According to the news release, the student had been written up by a teacher and continued to resist orders to leave after campus police arrived. Police physically removed the student. She was also charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
Also Wednesday, at Westside High School, a 17-year-old male was charged because officials say he knowingly used a counterfeit $100 bill in a transaction. The news release does not specify where or with whom the transaction took place. He was taken to the Bibb County jail.
Thursday, another 17-year-old male Westside student was charged with obstruction, disrupting a public school and disorderly conduct after confronting another student in another class as the class was in session. The offending student was taken to the Bibb County jail, the release says.
All three have been suspended from school.