The teenager who was arrested for selling marijuana-laced brownies to classmates to raise money for a prom dress, is facing possible further punishment. Saira Munoz, 19, was sentenced to four years probation and nine days in jail on drug charges earlier this week; but with time already served, she did not have to go back to jail.
A girl who was arrested for selling marijuana laced brownies to classmates in order to raise money for a prom dress is facing possible further punishment. Saira Munoz, 19, was sentenced to four years probation and nine days in jail on drug charges and could also face deportation.
Police in Michigan have arrested a middle school teacher, accusing him of possessing 66 pot plants at a pot growing operation. He faces up to 7 years behind bars if he is convicted on the drug charges.
An Indiana elementary school teacher was drunk and had “a large amount of suspected marijuana” in her SUV when officers arrested her early Sunday morning, police say. According to a report from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, police were dispatched after a crash around 9:15 a.m. Sunday. They later stopped the driver as she tried to leave the scene. IMPD identified the driver as Megan Brotherton, 32, an elementary school teacher at Pleasant Run Elementary School in Warren Townshi
University students are arrested for giving pot brownies to professor and other students. Recently, two University of Colorado students were arrested after they admitted to police that they put marijuana into brownies and then gave them to their professor and other students. 19-year-old Mary Essa and 21-year-old Thomas Cunningham allegedly baked brownies laced with THC for their class for a special “bring food day”.No one else knew there was marijuana in the brownies.