CUMMING, Ga. — Three caterers contracted with a film crew were arrested Friday at Denmark High School after K-9 units found large amounts of methamphetamine in their vehicle.

The three suspects were working for a catering service contracted with a movie production currently being filmed at Denmark High. According to the A-Scene, Freaky Friday the 13th has been filming near the high school this week.

According to the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, they received information from another law enforcement agency that the caterer's vehicle possibly contained a large amount of narcotics traveling in Forsyth County. 

Deputies found the vehicle in the back parking lot of the high school with three people inside. A K-9 unit was used to locate large amounts of methamphetamine inside of the car. All three suspects were arrested and have been charged with trafficking in methamphetamine. 

According to the sheriff's office, the suspects never entered the school and the entire incident occurred in the back parking area and the suspects were not armed.

Denmark High School Principal Heather Gordy sent this email out to parents and guardians of students:

"I am writing to inform you that today three individuals with the external catering company serving the film crew working at our school were arrested for narcotics. This arrest occurred as they were entering our campus and was contained outside on our property. Students and staff were not impacted.

Throughout the two weeks of filming the external catering company was contained to the auxiliary gym, separated from students and staff. As you are aware, having a film company use our facility was a first for our school district and community. Our school district will thoroughly evaluate this experience."

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