Students Charged With Feeding Teachers Marijuana Muffins
Dallas (AP) -- One teen said it started as a senior prank. But it ended up sending 18 people to the hospital and triggering a terrorism investigation.
Two 18-year-olds have been charged felony assault for allegedly giving marijuana-spiked muffins to employees of a suburban Dallas high school.
Most were treated and released, but an 86-year-old school receptionist spent two days in the hospital.
One of the teens apologized at a news conference, saying it was juvenile and stupid. His mother said her first thought when she heard about the tainted muffins was, "My heart goes out to the mother of that stupid kid."
The FBI got involved because the case involved a contamination of the food supply at a school.