High School Students Could Face Charges For Passing Out Pot Brownies At Band Camp
Three high school students allegedly passed out marijuana-laced brownies to 23 unwitting classmates at a summer band camp in O'Fallon, Illinois. The students who ate the brownies did not know the brownies contained any drugs, but also didn't notice any effects from the marijuana.
The three student "bakers" could face criminal charges -- giving out drugs to unknowing recipients can obviously be a health hazard. The police learned of the incident after a student told a school official.
Police Chief John Betten remarked that band camp is "one of the last places where you would expect something like this to happen."
Tell that to Alyson Hannigan.