The Sudbury Police Department was called to Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Thursday morning after two 14-year-old students were caught sexting, Sgt. Richard MacLean said.
MacLean said the sexting did not involve any adults and was between the two students only.
Parents of the students were notified.
MacLean said the Middlesex District Attorney's office was also notified and is investigating.
Because of the age of the students, no other information was made available.
In other police news from Thursday:
- A motor vehicle stop on Boston Post Road turned into an arrest of a Framingham man. Frandy Tessier, 35, of 129 Concord St., was stopped for speeding. But after the responding officer completed an investigation, Tessier was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. He was bailed out today at 1:38 a.m. and was scheduled to be arraigned at Framingham District Court later today.
- An Oak Hill Road resident reported his unlocked car was broken into. Nothing was taken.
- A Grindstone Lane resident answered his front door and was approached by two adults asking if he spoke Russian. Both the male and female began speaking to the resident in Russian, but he did not speak the language. The two adults eventually left the residence.