More arrests could be forthcoming after Forsyth County authorities detained three catering workers who were in possession of drugs at an area school on Friday.
The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office said in a social media post that they recevied a tip from another agency concerning “a vehicle that possibly contained a large amount of narcotics” was traveling in the county.
The vehicle was seen driving into a parking area behind Denmark High School, and was quickly contacted by deputies.
Inside the vehicle were three occupants, “all who were affiliated with a catering service contracting with a movie production currently being filmed at the school.”
The post said that a K-9 unit brought to the scene “alerted on the vehicle,” leading deputies to a large amount of methamphetamine contained inside. The occupants of the vehicle were immediately detained, and two were subsequently charged with Trafficking in Methamphetamine.
No identities have been released at this time.
The Sheriff’s Office noted that the individuals never actually entered the school, and that the entire incident took place in the parking area.
An investigation into the situation is ongoing, and more arrests could be coming in the future.