I don't know about you, but when I was in high school and college, there was a good chance that if you rooted through the glove box or center console of my truck, you could find a knife. Why? Because outdoorsmen carry knives, and I don't know how many times I'd go straight from class to a lake or river. What I certainly never did was bring that knife into class or into the school building. That's just common sense, and 17-year-old avid angler Cody Chitwood seems to possess that same common sense. But when drug-sniffing dogs flagged his car parked in the lot of Georgia's Lassier High School where he's a student, the police proceeded to search the vehicle. They found no drugs, but a couple knives they discovered in Chitwood's tackle box now have him facing up to ten years in prison, and a $10,000 fine. The arrest is part of Georgia's zero tolerance policy on weapons in school.