SOUTH WEBER -- Scriptures and marijuana don't seem like they should show up in a church classroom, but they did.
A man assigned as a volunteer to double check locks and windows at a church building owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 1375 E. South Weber Drive found a window open at 10 p.m. Sunday.
Not only was a window open, but he could smell smoke, said Davis County Sheriff's Sgt. Susan Poulsen.
He called the sheriff's office, and they sent a deputy, who quickly arrived.
As the pair walked to the room where the window was open, "the deputy noticed an odor of marijuana, and the smoke was still hanging in the air in the classroom when they walked in," Poulsen said.
They didn't find anyone in the classroom, but they did find a knife, a set of scriptures and marijuana ash on the carpet and in the trash can -- along with plastic cups and an empty cherry 7UP bottle.
"We suspect it was juveniles," Poulsen said.
The deputy retrieved the items and took them to the crime lab to be tested for evidence, including fingerprints, Poulsen said.
And those fingerprints "will be held in the data base, so if any of the people involved want to come forward now, the consequences would be better than if we have to track them down or find them at a later date," she said.
Anyone with information about who was in the church smoking marijuana, can call Davis Sheriff's Dispatch Office at 801-451-4150.