A high school cheerleader in Michigan is under investigation after allegedly trying to win votes as homecoming queen by giving out brownies laced with cannabis. The unidentified teen is a student at Hartford High School in Hartford, Michigan, according to media reports. Hartford is a small independent city of about 2,8000 residents in Hartford Township. The town is located between Kalamazoo and the eastern shore of Lake Michigan.
Patrolman Michael Prince of the Hartford Police Department told local media that school administrators had reported the incident.
“The principal mentioned they were getting some tips in about some possible brownies that may have been laced with marijuana oil,” said Prince.
Cheerleader Busted By Smartphone App
Prince said that the school had received a tip about the pot brownies via OK2Say, a smartphone app that allows users to confidentially submit information regarding school safety. He said the tipster said a 17-year-old female student had brought marijuana brownies to school and given some to players on the school’s football team in homecoming week goodie bags. The student then gave away leftover brownies to other pupils in an effort to win votes for homecoming queen, according to the information received by the school. Prince added that