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Coke Can

Teens are smart and they don’t want to get in trouble. If they are using substances, they are likely trying to hide their drugs and paraphernalia. Stow away products can be used to hide objects or substances. They typically appear as ordinary objects and are readily available in a variety of choices. Some items may even have liquid in them, to be more convincing. Other places that substances may be stored include book bags, gym bags, shoes, rolled socks, the bands of pants or hats, and in the holes or linings of jackets. Substances may also be hidden outside of the bedroom and in shared spaces, such as in gaming systems and cases, taped behind the toilet in the bathroom, or in the car.

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Pencil Sharpener

Substances like marijuana can easily be “hidden” in everyday objects, such as a pencil sharpener. Other places that substances may be stored include book bags, gym bags, shoes, rolled socks, the bands of pants or hats, and in the holes or linings of jackets. Substances may also be hidden outside of the bedroom and in shared spaces, such as in gaming systems and cases, taped behind the toilet in the bathroom, or in the car.

 

Air freshener

Air fresheners, Lysol, incense, or body spray may be used to cover up the smell of marijuana or cigarette smoke in a room or on clothing. Take notice when and where these things are being used. 

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Teens are smart and they don’t want to get in trouble. If they are using substances, they are likely trying to hide their drugs and paraphernalia. Stow away products can be used to hide objects or substances. They typically appear as ordinary objects and are readily available in a variety of choices. Some items may even have liquid in them, to be more convincing. Other places that substances may be stored include book bags, gym bags, shoes, rolled socks, the bands of pants or hats, and in the holes or linings of jackets. Substances may also be hidden outside of the bedroom and in shared spaces, such as in gaming systems and cases, taped behind the toilet in the bathroom, or in the car.