Marijuana brownies brought to Wyoming Junior HS

Kent County
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WYOMING, Mich. (WOOD) — Wyoming officers are working with school administrators to determine who brought marijuana-laced brownies to Wyoming Junior High School.

The Wyoming Department of Public Safety says school staff found out students had eaten the marijuana brownies Friday.

“Safety of the students and staff in our schools is paramount and this incident is being taken seriously,” Wyoming police said in a Monday news release.

This is the second time this year police have investigated brownies that sickened students at a Wyoming school. Police believe marijuana was also in the brownies brought to Wyoming High School in March. Police say two of the four students who tried the brownie went to the hospital.

Wyoming officers say they will not be releasing additional information in this case because it involves children and the investigation is ongoing. Once the investigation is complete, detectives plan to send their findings to the Kent County Prosecutor’s Office Juvenile Division for review.

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