Six students at two high schools reported feeling sick after eating spiked brownies last week, Maryland police say.
One student at the Charles H. Flowers High School was hospitalized and three others were assessed. Prince George's County Police Cpl. Lamar Robinson says police have identified the student who brought the brownies to the school on Friday.
Friday was April 20, which is also known as "4/20" and celebrated in cannabis culture by consuming the drug.
This comes after a 15-year-old Maryland girl was charged with selling brownies Wednesday that may have contained THC/CBG, a component of marijuana.
The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office said the brownies caused two Great Mills High School students to be hospitalized.
The teen has been charged with distribution on school property, distribution of marijuana, possession of marijuana, reckless endangerment and disruption of school activities.
The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office says the investigation is ongoing.