Marijuana caramel corn leads to student's arrest

An 18-year-old student at a Macomb County high school has been arrested after police found marijuana caramel corn labeled "Smores," ''Fruity Treat" and "Loopy Treat" in a backpack.
AP Wire
Jun 7, 2013

The Macomb Dakota student is expected to be charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.

A teacher at the school in Macomb Township, northeast of Detroit, confiscated caramel corn Tuesday from students because it smelled like marijuana. The 18-year-old produced a medical marijuana card for school officials and told them the caramel corn was "weed edibles."

The student told police that he bought the items for $4 per bag from a medical marijuana dispensary and that he sold them to other students.

Comments

bigdeal

Leave it up to the Trib to find this story, with all the good marijuana stories out there!

lakeshore12

I think everyone has caught on to the Tribune only posting articles that put a negative image on medical marijuana.

bigdeal

Seems my sarcasm was lost on you. I was mocking the rabid gun advocates in the preceding story.

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