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OKLAHOMA CITY -- An Oklahoma City police report stated a 13-year-old girl at John Marshall High School is suspected of giving anit-depressants to students, who took them at school.

The report stated an assistant principal called the student into her office and found a pill bottle and two pills in her possession. The police report listed one pill as Seroquel and the other as Trazadone, both antidepressants.

Eight female students in the 6th, 7th and 8th grades became ill Friday after taking the drugs. All of them are okay. Four of them returned to class Monday and received a 45-day suspension. The other four students have not returned to school.

Oklahoma City Public Schools spokesperson Tierney Cook-Tinnin said Monday that a hearing will use the Student Code of Conduct to determine the appropriate punishment for student's actions.

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