Weed Brownies Effects Put Kids In Hospital, Hash Oil Pot Brownies Lead To Teen Marijuana Seller's Arrest

Weed Brownies Effects Put Kids In Hospital, Hash Oil Pot Brownies Lead To Teen Marijuana Seller’s Arrest

In Florida, weed brownies put several high school students in the hospital. Police say the pot brownies were laced with marijuana hash oil and the seller of the marijuana brownies was arrested after four students suddenly became sick.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, a different 11-year-old was suspended from school for bringing pot, but despite these claims being disproved the student is still suspended. For fans of the Breaking Bad TV show, a locally well known high school dean and reverend turned out to be the real life Gus Fring of marijuana dealing, and he even attempted to shoot his teenage drug dealers execution style.

This past week on Monday, several students suddenly became ill and were either hospitalized or sent home with their parents. It was believed some form of narcotic was affecting them. Deputies retrieved multiple pot brownies when a teen suspect threw them into a trash can while running away from a campus advisor. When authorities checked the discarded weed brownies, they found high levels of THC, the effective psychoactive compound in marijuana.

Police suspect at least 10 students ate the hash oil brownies. The 17-year-old Spruce Creek High student who allegedly sold the marijuana brownies warned anyone who ate the pot brownies that the effects could be very potent if eaten in a short amount of time. The weed brownies’ effects caused one student to become unresponsive while in a school bathroom, and deputies say there were other odd reactions.

“One of the students was so impaired on Monday that he could barely speak,” deputies said in a statement, according to WESH. “[He] sold seven of the brownies at school on Monday for $5 each. He claims he told the people who bought the brownies that they were very potent and shouldn’t be eaten at one time.”

According to News 13, Spruce Creek’s principal also released this message about the potential danger of the weed brownies’ effects.

“Today a student brought brownies laced with drugs to school. Several students who ingested the brownies were checked out by paramedics and four were transported to the hospital. Law-enforcement is investigating and are interviewing the student who brought the brownies to school. He will be charged by law enforcement and the school will also take disciplinary action. All parents of those involved in this incident have been contacted.

Any student found under possession of drugs on our campus will also face disciplinary consequences. We Encourage you to have a conversation with your student to discuss today’s events. Open lines of communication with your child will help to facilitate good decision making skills. If you have any questions or additional information, please contact the school. Thank you for your time and enjoy the rest of your evening.”

Due to the pot brownies, the teen suspect was arrested and “charged… with four counts of sale and delivery of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and seven counts of culpable negligence.” The teenage marijuana seller was given a court date and released to his parents’ custody. School district spokeswoman Nancy Wait said the student could also be expelled from the high school for selling the weed brownies.

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