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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Student charged after Md. teacher eats pot brownie

Police say a Maryland teenager eating a pot brownie in class panicked when his teacher asked him for a piece of the treat, and that he is now charged for obliging.

Anne Arundel County police said Tuesday that the 17-year-old didn't tell the teacher that the brownie contained marijuana. She began feeling ill and acting disoriented, and was brought to the nurse's office at Broadneck High School in Annapolis on Monday.

The teacher told police that the student had given her the brownie during third period and that she suspected it contained marijuana.

The student, from nearby Arnold, was charged with juvenile counts of administering a dangerous substance, assault and reckless endangerment. Police did not release his name, and they say he was released to a guardian.



Anonymous said...

That is one dumb "teacher". Who blindly eats something, especially from a student? And she should be drug tested and removed from teaching student.

Anonymous said...

Assault? Good lord she ate one herself!

Anonymous said...

Dangerous substance? Lol!

Anonymous said...

What if,say,the pot brownie had been made in the shape of a handgun?