(Glastonbury, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Four juveniles and three adults are facing charges after Glastonbury police, working with those from the East Central Narcotics Task Force, investigated the supply of marijuana to Glastonbury High School students.
Early this month, Glastonbury investigators developed leads on drug transactions involving several students.
They say information was developed regarding contact between a student and a man identified as 20-year-old Georgios Sirigos.
Officers say Sirigos is believed to be responsible for large amounts of marijuana to the high school.
East Central Narcotics subsequently executed a warrant on a home in Portland where they say three including Sirigos ran a trafficking operation.
The four juveniles from Glastonbury were charged with conspiracty to possess marijuana.
Along with Sirigos, 23-year-old Brooke Vigneri and 31-year-old David Short.
They’re facing a variety of charges, including possession, possession with intent to sell, operating a drug factory, and steroids possession.
The adults all had bonds set at $10,000.