The autistic student who was one of 22 arrested in December during a drug operation will stay in school, according to a Press-Enterprise report.
The teen, whose name was not revealed, is accused of selling marijuana to an undercover deputy. His parents claimed their son was mistreated during the arrest.
Judge Marian H. Tully ruled in favor of the family on March 8, stating that the school "failed to provide the teen with required counseling and other services while knowingly exposing the teen to the deputy," according to the newspaper.
The "long-term investigation" took place at Temecula Valley and Chaparral high by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.