Woman Arrested After Teens Get Sick From Pot Brownie
REDMOND, OR -- Police arrested a woman Monday after a pot brownie she gave to a Redmond high schooler made the girl physically sick.
On June 2nd Redmond Police responded to reports of a 14 year old female student suffering from an unknown medical condition. Officers learned that the she and another 16 year old male had eaten pot brownies earlier in the day. The girl was suffering from a severe reaction and was taken to St. Charles Medical Center in Redmond.
Officers learned that the brownies were supplied by one of their mothers, Anne Springer. Although Springer has a Medical Marijuana Card and allegedly purchased the marijuana legally, Oregon law prohibits the delivery of marijuana to minors and people who are not licensed medical marijuana cardholders.
After obtaining a search warrant, detectives found more weed, scales, packaging materials,
Anne Springer was arrested for two counts of Delivery, and one count of manufacturing within 1000 Feet of a School. She was lodged at the Deschutes County Jail with bail set at $75,000.
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