Marijuana-laced chocolate makes teen sick at school
Narcotics officers arrest two teens for selling and furnishing edible pot
A marijuana candy bar sold to a high school student made one girl sick and led to a two arrests.
It happened at Rio Mesa High School in Ventura County on Wednesday.
During a third-period class, a 14-year-old girl appeared pale, unresponsive and incoherent.
Paramedics rushed her to St. John's Hospital in Oxnard where she was treated and released.
A school resource officer and members of the Sheriff's narcotics unit traced the marijuana-laced chocolate bar to a 15-year-old boy and 19-year-old Kelvin Mathew Rodriguez, who already had a warrant out for his arrest.
Deputies arrested the juvenile and Rodriguez. Both are facing drug charges.
Oxnard Union High school officials said they suspended the 15-year old. They also said the initial sale of the "edible" drug was prearranged and took place before school off campus.
Investigators said the marijuana-laced chocolate bar was sold at three-to-five times its value, making money the motive.
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