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Prison for Baldwin Wallace students convicted of making, selling drugs

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Benjamin Knight and Lauren Pajerski in court Benjamin Knight and Lauren Pajerski in court
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Two Baldwin Wallace University students convicted of making and selling drugs were sentenced to prison on Thursday.

Benjamin Knight and Lauren Pajerski will serve 9 months in prison. It was the least amount of prison time after the students were busted making Ecstasy.

They were busted in a raid at their off-campus apartment in October of 2012.

Police tell 19 Action News that the college seniors stole a key from a Chemistry professor and then took the necessary chemicals from a lab.

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