SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – A 17-year-old girl was arrested Wednesday after deputies said a student was hospitalized after she sold marijuana-laced brownies to them.
According to an arrest report, the incident occurred on the campus of Lake Mary High School, located at 655 Longwood Lake Mary Road.
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Deputies discovered the girl, who News 6 is not naming at this time, was selling brownies at the school when another student ate one and had a “possible overdose,” resulting in a seizure, school officials said. That student was then transported to the hospital, the report reads.
It is not yet known whether the student’s medical episode was connected to ingesting the brownie.
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Deputies said they then tested the sweets, which were positive for marijuana. They also said the student’s backpack had a pill bottle containing residue of marijuana, according to the report.
“At this time, we cannot connect the student who suffered a seizure with the student who was arrested. This is now a matter for law enforcement to investigate,” a Seminole County Public Schools spokesperson said.
The teen faces charges for the sale of marijuana and the possession of drug paraphernalia.
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