A Lancaster High School student is facing
a felony charge in Grant County Court
of manufacture or delivery of a prescription
drug. That’s after he sold a
prescription medication to another student
last month. Court records show 18-year-old
Troy Baker faces a preliminary hearing
Thursday May 16th before Judge
Robert VanDeHey. Baker is free on a
$1,000 signature bond. A criminal
complaint says Baker is accused of
selling Adderall to another student at
school, Tyler Thompson.
Court records show Thompson is
facing a misdemeanor charge of illegally
obtaining a prescription drug.
He’ll make an initial appearnce on
May 20th, also before Judge VanDeHey.
Adderall is a psycostimulant medication,
that is typically used in the treatment
of attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder, and narcolepsy. Narcolepsy
is a chronic sleep disorder.