According to the report, the youth went to the high school July 31 around 4 p.m. to buy $60 worth of marijuana from someone he knew at the tennis courts.
But, the deal did not go as planned.
Instead, police said when the suspect pulled up, he took the teen’s $80 and drove off with it.
The youth gave police a description of the car.
Theft is a first-degree misdemeanor and trafficking marijuana is a fourth-degree felony in this situation.
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