North students charged with dealing drugs

SUWANEE -- Gwinnett Public Schools police charged two students this week with dealing drugs at North Gwinnett High School.

Buford resident Dwight Evans, 18, and Sugar Hill resident Joseph Kisselburg, 17, are charged with felony distributing controlled substances in, on or near public or private schools following a Tuesday investigation.

Evans was found in possession of nine Vicodin tablets which he told an administrator he'd been dealing at the Suwanee campus, according to an arrest warrant. The pills were not in their original, prescribed container, an officer wrote.

He remained in jail without bond Friday. Kisselburg possessed a minor amount of marijuana and told authorities he's dealt several types of drugs -- including Xanax, LSD and hallucinogenic mushrooms -- throughout the school year, his arrest warrant states. His arrest status was unclear late Friday.