Student, deputy treated at hospital after classroom cleared

While on campus investigating an unrelated case, a deputy was called into a modular classroom on the campus to help investigate a suspicious odor.

WILLAMINA, Ore. — On Tuesday, law enforcement officers in Yamhill County found evidence of fentanyl use at Willamina High School: small pieces of aluminum foil with burned residue, a sign of someone smoking pills. 

While at the school investigating an unrelated case, a Yamhill County Sheriff’s deputy was called into a modular classroom on the campus to help investigate a suspicious odor coming from the bathroom.

“The school staff member came and said [to the deputy] we might have a

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