Parkway West students accused of trying to sell 'pot brownies' at school
A chef stirs liquid chocolate in the begining of the process to make differtent types of truflles, brownies and nougats on December 3, 2012. By OMAR TORRES
(KMOV) – Chesterfield police say a teenage girl and boy who attend Parkway West High School were arrested after they allegedly planned to sell pot-laced brownies on school grounds.
According to police, the 16-year-old students brought a tray of brownies with marijuana baked into them to the school on April 24.
Police said they planned to sell servings of the “pot brownies” to fellow students. But authorities said someone who knew about their plans tipped off school officials and the high school’s resource officer intervened before any brownies were sold.
Because of the students’ ages, the case is being handled by the juvenile court. They have not been identified.