There are two morals to this story: never bring drugs to school, and don't trust the new kid. The Seattle Times reports: Five Redmond High School students were arrested on campus yesterday in a drug bust that was two months in the making. George Rhodes, a senior at the school, said drugs aren't hard to find at Redmond, but it's not a place where dealers actively seek buyers. That means it's likely the officer had to ask upfront to get drugs from those accused of dealing, he said. "It's kind of entrapmentlike," he said. "That's messed up, because someone had to go looking for it."