ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Three students from Marshall have been charged with fraud crimes after apparently using a teacher's credit card to order drug paraphernalia.
Alaska State Troopers said the three students, all age 16 or 17, obtained the teacher's credit card number and used a school computer to order $110 in paraphernalia over the Internet.
The students were charged with fraudulent use of an access device and obtaining an access device by fraudulent means. The students were referred to juvenile authorities.
The school has suspended the students.
Marshall is a village of about 350 people on the Yukon River about 75 miles north of Bethel.
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