Police confiscate vaping juice from Kansas elementary school students

(Source: Marysville Police Department)

MARYSVILLE, Kan. (KWCH) As the controversy around vaping continues, a Kansas police department says they confiscated vaping and dabbing liquid from elementary school students.

Police in Marysville, Kan., say the juice flavored nicotine was taken from 5th and 6th-grade students at the Marysville Elementary School.

Police say students were putting the flavored nicotine in pens and dabbing it during recess.

"Parents, please have a discussion with your children about vaping and the harmful effects of nicotine," said the police department on Facebook.

They say a vape pen was found.