Almost a dozen canine units from area police departments conducted a drug sweep of Antioch Community High School on Thursday, officials said.
The Antioch Police Department said they were assisted by officers from four other police agencies during the scheduled sweep.
The event, which is conducted periodically, was done in collaboration with Community High School District 117.
The sweep utilizes police canines from several different agencies.
The entire sweep of the high school took 21 minutes, the Village of Antioch said.
“We are happy to report that the search identified absolutely no drugs/contraband inside the high school,” the village said.
The Kenosha County, Wisconsin Sheriff’s Department sent canines Fritz, Riggs, Arlo and Riv, while the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office sent canines Kylo, Bo and Deuce.
The Waukegan Police Department sent canine Tango and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office sent Danno and Drako.
“We would also like to thank the administration, staff, and students at Antioch Community High School for their cooperation,” the village said.