Pot brownies brought to middle school in Central Florida
VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. -- At least two Volusia County middle school students are facing charges after authorities said they brought marijuana-laced brownies to school.
According to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office, two boys admitted that they brought the pan of pot brownies to Southwestern Middle School in DeLand and some students ate them.
Investigators said that by the time they learned of the brownies, there were none left for them to examine.
Deputies said one of the boys hid a small bag of marijuana on campus. That bag was retrieved by deputies.
Authorities said about 12 students either ate the brownies or were aware of the brownies.
One student was transported to the hospital by ambulance to be checked.
Investigators said the Sheriff's Office will file narcotics-related charges on both boys with the State Attorney's Office.
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