The Oakland County Sheriff's office has released more information on the incident at a Huron Valley school where a teacher because sick after eating a marijuana laced brownie.
According to officials, the incident happened on Tuesday, December 8 at around 3:30 p.m. A teacher at Spring Mills Elementary School in Highland Township reported she was ill during the school day and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
After being evaluated, the teacher reported that she had tested positive for THC, the active chemical in marijuana. The teacher, a 44-year-old from Highland Township, said that the only unusual item that she had consumed was a brownie from the staff break room.
Two other teachers also reported they felt ill after eating the brownies, but the did not seek medical treatment.
Deputies picked up the brownies at around 8:45 am on Wednesday, December 9. They were tested and found to contain THC.
School administrators don't know if this was a malicious act or if someone made a batch of pot brownies for personal medical purposes and accidentally mixed them up with the brownies they intended to bring to school.