7 San Diego Middle School Students Sickened by Marijuana-Laced Brownies


Seven middle school students from William H. Taft Middle School in Serra Mesa were taken to a hospital after they reported feeling ill after eating marijuana-laced brownies on their school bus, according to a news report.

Police said that a teacher noticed the students behaving strangely and reported it to school authorities. Three boys and four girls, ages 12 to 14, were transported to a local hospital for observation after they admitted to eating the marijuana-laced brownies while on their way to school that morning on the school bus.

A spokesman for the San Diego Unified School District said that one of the students had what appeared to be commercially prepared brownies with packaging that stated they contained cannabis. He said the students are facing possible disciplinary action and potential criminal charges.

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