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A temp cafeteria worker at a Louisiana high school was arrested and charged after allegedly selling homemade marijuana edibles to some of the students. 

Last week, a woman from Kentwood who was placed as a temporary worker by the ESS Staffing Agency in the cafeteria at Sumner High School in the Tangipahoa Parish School System reportedly brought home baked sweets to the campus. 

It was reported that one of the students at the school bought a treat from the woman, and they believed the woman was selling handcrafted marijuana edibles. 

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A North Carolina woman is facing an extensive list of criminal charges after the authorities allegedly found two children without adult supervision and an abundance of drugs and drug paraphernalia in her residence.  

A 24-year-old woman who resides in Bladenboro, North Carolina had two children in her home last week, and people in the neighborhood got the impression that the kids were not being treated properly. 

The suspicions were reported to the authorities, and deputies from the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office went to investigate the situation with workers from the Bladen County Department of Social Services. 

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A Texas high school student was jailed for several charges when he allegedly injured an officer with scissors after he was reportedly found with THC vape oil on campus. 

On January 18, a 17-year-old student at China Spring High School was reportedly seen passing an object to a fellow classmate while they were together in the bathroom.  

The Independent School District officer who reportedly witnessed the hand-off believed that the item looked like a vape pen. 

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Three New York men are facing drug charges after the police responded to their 911 call and found 83 pounds of marijuana that the authorities believed belonged to them. 

On January 13, three men were traveling together in a vehicle in Breezewood. 

According to reports, the driver wanted the passengers to get out of the car. The man said when he asked them to get out, they would not. 

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A married couple in Georgia was allegedly robbing a convenience store at gunpoint when a few of the customers intervened and used their own firearms to prevent it. 

Early in the evening on January 9, an Ideal Mart market in Gilmer County was visited by a man who was using a pair of women’s underwear as a makeshift face mask. The purported patron grabbed an energy drink from the cooler. 

According to reports, the man approached the cashier and pulled out a .45 caliber. He allegedly pointed it at the employee and told them to hand over the money. 

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A teacher in New Jersey is facing multiple charges after allegedly overdosing on Fentanyl in front of the students in his middle school class.

At the beginning of the school day on November 29, a 57-year-old art teacher at Roosevelt Intermediate School in Westfield, New Jersey, was in his middle school classroom with his students.

Around 9:00 AM, the students saw the man fall onto the floor.

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An Illinois woman was accused of driving under the influence when the authorities reportedly found her asleep in her vehicle in the parking lot of a Dollar General store. 

At approximately 8:00 PM on New Year’s Eve, the Joliet Police Department received a notification about someone who was parked in the local Dollar General store’s lot. It was reported that the person appeared to be an unconscious female. 

Officers went to the location to make sure that the person did not require assistance.  

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The mother and father of a 9-month-old are facing charges after the baby overdosed on heroin that they reportedly left all over their home. 

Last Monday, a mother was changing her infant’s diaper when she noticed the child was lethargic and pale. She called the authorities for emergency assistance. 

When the first responders arrived at the house, they reported that the child was not breathing. They believed the youngster had overdosed on opioids, and they administered a dose of Narcan. 

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A couple in Florida was arrested during a traffic stop after the police reportedly found them living in a filthy vehicle with a toddler, and the child was allegedly covered with roaches. 

At approximately 11:30 PM last Tuesday night, officers with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department saw a Chevrolet on the road that was reportedly being driven erratically.  

When they approached the vehicle, the deputies reported that three adults and a toddler were inside. They also noted that the car was littered with empty food containers and other garbage. 

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A group of people in Portland are facing charges after the police learned they were allegedly operating a business called Shroom House where they sold magic mushrooms. 

According to reports, a store in Portland, Oregon called Shroom House opened its doors to the public on October 24. The shop reportedly sold magic mushrooms to the public. 

When the authorities learned about the establishment, they reportedly had two undercover agents visit and purchase just over an ounce of mushrooms. The fungi allegedly tested positive for psilocybin. 

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