Candy laced with marijuana

Bethel, Alaska (KINY) Some Bethel Regional High school students were disciplined after they were caught allegedly selling marijuana laced gummy bears to their classmates.

KUYK-AM reported that parents of the students got suspicious and contacted school officials.  The schools investigated and learned that the gummy bears were being sold at school in September and October for $5 apiece.

The Bethel Police Department got involved and assisted with the discipline of students.  School officials admit they have broken a record in the number of marijuana related incidents this year.

 

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