ROCKLAND (WGME) -- Rockland police are warning parents to keep prescription medications locked and in a secure place away from kids and teens.
This comes after police say a drug deal took place at Oceanside High School in Rockland.
Police say the drug deal was between two students.
One of the juveniles is charged with aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs.
Police say the school also took administrative action against the student charged.
“Parents, please remember to keep prescription medications locked in a secure place and away from kids and teens. Unused or expired medication can be disposed of (free of charge), at the Rockland Police Department, Knox County Sheriff's Office, and other local police departments,” Rockland police said.