Two Firth Teens Accused of Selling Pot-Laced Brownies at School
Two Nebraska teens have been accused of selling marijuana–laced brownies at school.
The two 14– and 16–year–old boys allegedly sold the brownies at Norris High School in the southeastern Nebraska town of Firth.
They were cited by deputies and released to their parents.
Authorities say a search of the 16–year–old's vehicle turned up seven uneaten brownies.
Deputies think brownies were sold to three students.
The school's principal says the brownie buyers and sellers will face penalties under the school's policies.