CARMEL, Ind. - Carmel police announced Friday they were investigating complaints that Carmel High School students were in possession of "inappropriate digital images on electronic devices."
Officers with the Carmel Police Department said they were notified Tuesday that students were in possession of the inappropriate images.
The police contacted the school administration and immediately started an investigation.
Carmel Clay Schools and Carmel police are working together in the investigation.
The details of the digital images were not yet known.
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