BELLEVILLE, Mich. – Five Belleville High School students have been expelled after photos of them with what appeared to be guns, drugs and piles of cash appeared on MySpace.com.
The Ann Arbor News says two other students got eight- to 10-day suspensions.
Van Buren Public Schools Superintendent Pete Lazaroff says the photos shown on the social networking Web site were taken after a limo picked the students up from a school dance. He says he thinks the students had weapons at the homecoming dance.
Lazaroff says the students bragged they were members of a gang. He says there are grounds for discipline whether the guns were real or fake.
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