Three more teens arrested for selling Xanax to students at White Plains school

Police say three more teenagers are under arrest for selling the prescription drug Xanax to students at a prestigious White Plains Catholic high school.

According to police, two 17-year-old Archbishop Stepinac High School students from Tuckahoe surrendered at White Plains police headquarters Tuesday and a 16-year-old from the Bronx was arrested Saturday. Last month, authorities charged Steven Catanzarita, 16, of the Bronx, and Nicholas Venice, 16, of Yonkers, with dealing the prescription drug after several Archbishop Stepinac High School students became sick from overdoses.

Police have charged the latest three teenagers arrested with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. All three teens are free on bail.

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