Xanax pills found in doughnut delivered to NJ school, 2 arrested

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Police have arrested two people after a doughnut stuffed with Xanax pills was delivered to a New Jersey high school.

Police have arrested two people after a doughnut stuffed with Xanax pills was delivered to a New Jersey high school.

The incident occurred last Wednesday around 12 p.m. at Bordentown Regional High School.

Police say Brian Perry, 21, of Mt. Holly went to the school's main office and said he wanted to drop off lunch for 18-year-old Ilker Ceylan of Bordentown Township.

Police say Perry then placed a drink and paper bag in the office for Ceylan and left the school.

School officials got suspicious and discovered a small plastic bag containing six prescription pills in the hole of a doughnut.

Perry was arrested that same day.

Ceylan was arrested on Monday during a traffic stop.

Both men are facing drug possession charges.

Additionally, police say Ceylan had a jar of marijuana with him during the traffic stop so he was also charged with unlawful possession.

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