PARK RIDGE, Ill. (STMW) – A 17-year-old Park Ridge girl was arrested Dec. 8 for allegedly bringing brownies laced with marijuana into Maine South High School.
Park Ridge Police Cmdr. Lou Jogmen said Maine South’s school resource officer and deans were informed that the girl, a student, was allegedly attempting to sell marijuana-laced brownies to other students for $10 each.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Stray Sprinkles On Friday
The student was sent to the Dean’s Office, where five brownies were found inside her backpack, Jogmen said. According to the police report the student admitted the brownies contained marijuana, he said.READ MORE: Young Boy Shot And Seriously Wounded In Bronzeville High-Rise Apartment
The brownies will require crime-lab testing to determine the amount of marijuana they contain, Jogmen said.
The teenager faces a charge of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and is awaiting a petition to Juvenile Court. She was released to a parent following her arrest.MORE NEWS: Family Of Girl Who Died At Age 11 Finds Her Headstone Overturned And Damaged At Cemetery In Hillside
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