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Two high schoolers in trouble for what they brought to school

By: Brittany Paris
bparis@klkntv.com

Two Norris High School boys are facing charges after selling marijuana brownies at school on Monday.

The boys are 14 and 16 years old.

Deputies said the boys provided marijuana brownies to three other students before they were caught.

The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office said one of the boys' customers was a 15-year-old girl.

They said, later that night, after eating the brownie, the girl said she felt sick.

Her mom took her to the ER. Authorities said she had a high level of THC in her system.

But the student said she didn't know what she was eating.

"The brownie was sold to her for fifteen dollars and I think she suspected it was a very high priced brownie," Sheriff Terry Wagner said. "Normal brownies would not be that expensive, so I think there was suspicion on her part that it was not a normal brownie."

The girl's mother called Norris High School administration on Tuesday.

After investigating, they found the pot brownies in one of the student's vehicles.

THE GIRL'S MOTHER CALLED NORRIS HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION ON TUESDAY.

"It's just concerning that they're continuing to experiment with those different methods of ingestion," Sheriff Terry Wagner said.

The boys were cited at school for delivery of a controlled substance and were released to their parents. 

Police said it's a felony and they boys will be facing consequences from the school as well.

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