A five-month investigation into illegal drugs in the Alamance-Burlington School System ended with 49 students under arrest. The students were arrested Wednesday morning as they sat in class. The warrants include charges of possession with intent to sell and deliver and the sale and delivery of controlled substances, including cocaine, ecstacy, OxyContin and marijuana. Superintendent Jim Merrill requested the investigation after continued reports from principals that drug activity was on the increase. JamesOn Curry, a UNC recruit and the state's all-time leading high school basketball scorer was among the students arrested. His charges deal with the sale and possession of marijuana. The students are scheduled to be in court on Thursday.