Drug-laced brownies sicken 30 students
SCOTTSDALE - Scottsdale police say a 16-year-old student at Chaparral High School is in trouble after selling brownies and cookies laced with marijuana to fellow students.
The teen was booked Friday on multiple marijuana charges for allegedly selling the pot-laced treats to 11 students.
Phoenix television station KSAZ reported that as many as 30 students got sick after eating the brownies and cookies.
Chaparral students told the station that the brownies contained both marijuana and spice, although police did not confirm that. Spice is synthetic marijuana, not detected in standard drug tests.
Armed man leaves ammo on school bus
PHOENIX - A school district in Phoenix has revised its bus policy after a man with a gun boarded a bus and left a magazine with 15 rounds on one of the seats.
Phoenix police say 29-year-old Jeremy West had followed a student and was able to talk his way on to the bus Thursday. He was arrested later that day after police received calls identifying the suspect from a surveillance video. A probable-cause statement revealed that West told police he was hearing voices and feared for his life..
Phoenix television station KPHO reported that the Alhambra School District will now require parents, volunteers and employees who ride the school buses to be registered with the district and possess district-issued photo identification.
The Associated Press