No Nicotine Or Tobacco In Confiscated Devices

April 22, 2019 | 3 Comments

The “e-cigarette type devices” that were confiscated at two schools on April 10th “do not contain any nicotine, tobacco or other controlled substance,” the police said today.

A police spokesperson said, “After conducting further inquiries, it has been determined that the specific e-cigarette type devices confiscated from Dellwood Middle School and CedarBridge Academy Wednesday, April 10th do not contain any nicotine, tobacco or other controlled substance – nor can they be easily converted to consume other substances.

“Notwithstanding this, the Bermuda Police Service is aware of the concerns that this matter has raised in the community and our Community Action Team officers, along with relevant partners, will be speaking to students and staff at the affected schools for follow up.”

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  1. St.George's Passport and Immigration Control says:

    which means……NO Crime has been committed.

  2. Touche hoh hoh says:

    Wow, check that out. Touche! So the child should not get in trouble if you ask me, and major apologies and recompense should be made by all the accusers! Because the last time I checked, we all had smelly sniff markers and stickers etc as kids, and inhaling a flavored thing should not be an offense or punishable thing for this kid.

  3. Smh says:

    So let’s teach our children to practice smoking??? This is dumb. Punish child and Adult that gave them to child to sell.

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