Hudson High student convicted in THC caseA former Hudson High School student has been convicted of marijuana charges resulting from an incident at the school three months ago.
A former Hudson High School student has been convicted of marijuana charges resulting from an incident at the school three months ago.
Samuel Alexander Lee O'Keefe, 18, 462 McCutcheon Ln., Hudson, pleaded no contest to one felony count of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver last Wednesday (June 18). He also pleaded no contest to misdemeanor charges of possession of THC, disorderly conduct and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.
O'Keefe entered a deferred judgment agreement on the felony charge. Judge Edward F. Vlack sentenced him to probation for three years, 100 hours of community service and a $416 fine on the misdemeanor convictions. A 150-day jail sentence was stayed. If O'Keefe successfully completes the terms of the deferred judgment he may request the charge be expunged, court records said.
The criminal complaint said police were called to an associate principal's office March 8 where O'Keefe was confronted about apparent drug connected text messages on his cell phone. O'Keefe had marijuana in his possession and in his car in the HHS parking lot at the time of the incident.