A cheerleader from a small town in Michigan went to great lengths to win homecoming queen, but it went mischievously wrong when she allegedly brought pot-laced brownies to school to win her classmates’ votes.
Police told WXMI that a 17-year-old female student was passing brownies to the football team and other students at Hartford High School when the school got an anonymous tip about a girl trading brownies for votes.
Hartford patrolman Michael Prince said:
“The principal mentioned they were getting some tips in about some possible brownies that may have been laced with marijuana oil.”
A dozen brownies were reportedly brought to school.
Three brownies were sent to a crime lab, and nine brownies were unaccounted for.
“The school’s taking this very seriously. They are doing their own investigation and they’re just starting to turn over some of the statements from the students possibly involved or witnesses.”
“I’ve read about things across this country. It has not happened with anything that I know of in this area.
I’ve been an officer a long time and whenever you think you’ve heard it all, something just about daily comes up like, ‘Wow.'”
All students involved could face serious consequences, while the cheerleader herself could face felony charges for having drugs and disturbing pot-laced edibles in a drug-free zone.
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Police are hoping to interview the female suspect when she returns home from what police are calling an out-of-state “family emergency.”
Due to the nature of the investigation, authorities have not released information about the students involved in the incident.