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A mother in Michigan is facing felony charges after her 6-year-old accidentally brought THC-infused candy purported to be hers to school and shared it with classmates who required hospitalization after they ate it. 

Melinda Gatica resides in Genessee County with her children. 

Gaticia’s 6-year-old son attends kindergarten at Edgerton Elementary School in Vienna Township. 

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  The bride and caterer at a Florida wedding are facing felony charges after allegedly putting marijuana in the food at the reception and failing to tell the guests what they were consuming. 

42-year-old Andrew Svoboda and his significant other, Danya, got married on February 19. They held their reception, which was reportedly attended by approximately 50 guests, at a clubhouse in a gated community outside of Orlando. 

According to reports, the event was catered by 31-year-old Joycelyn Montrinice Bryant, who runs a catering business called “Joycelyn’s Southern Kitchen.”  

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A Florida Man is facing many charges for sex crimes after allegedly asking underage girls to allow him to smell and touch their feet in exchange for devices used for vaping. 

22-year-old Brandon Michael White lives in Tarpon Springs, Florida. 

According to reports, beginning last April, White started to use social media apps like Snapchat and Instagram to connect with underage females. 

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A woman’s son is facing charges after she brought brownies he reportedly baked that she didn’t know contained THC to a card game at the community center, and several seniors who consumed them felt the effects. 

46-year-old Michael Koranda is an elementary school teacher for the Bon Homme County School District in Tyndall, South Dakota. 

It was reported that last weekend, Koranda took a trip to Colorado. 

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A New Jersey man was allegedly found with 500 pounds of THC candy stashed in his vehicle when he was pulled over for reportedly speeding and other illegal traffic maneuvers.

Around 11:00 am on October 5, 35-year-old Angelo Padilla Jr. was reportedly driving down the Indiana Toll Road.

Padilla was allegedly driving faster than the posted speed limit while trailing behind a semi-truck and reportedly performed an illegal lane change.

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The mother of a teenage boy allegedly kneeled on his throat until he was unable to breathe as she reportedly threatened to end his life in the same manner as George Floyd’s.

37-year-old Keriann C. Smith lives in a Genoa City, Wisconsin apartment with her 14-year-old son, and a daughter whose age has not been disclosed at this time.

On June 20, Smith reportedly attacked her son and allegedly applied a substantial amount of pressure to the boy’s throat using her knee.

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When the police went to a residence the day after a domestic violence event was reported they had their attention turned to an alleged stash of illegal items inside of the home.

Kennett County Police Department officers arrived at the residence of 23-year-old Taja Rena Welton on Thursday afternoon regarding a domestic dispute claim reported on Wednesday. Welton answered the door to speak with them, and the police reported detecting a strong smell resembling marijuana.

The officers asked Welton if they could come inside and look around and she allegedly consented and escorted them through her home, where a 4-year-old child was also residing. While walking through as the police performed their inspected Welton was allegedly caught trying to hide a sizeable bag containing what they purported was synthetic marijuana. They also allegedly found a tray covered with what they believed was the same substance inside of the bag.

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browniesA 19-year old teenager from Texas is facing anywhere between 5 years to life in prison for baking and selling pot brownies. Authorities arrested the teen on April 15 after a search of his apartment revealed six bags of cookies, nine bags of brownies, a pound of marijuana and $1675 in cash.

Although his criminal defense attorney claims the offense should be classified as a misdemeanor, Texas laws are harsher in its punishment of crimes involving THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. The reason for the tough penalty is due to the boy using hash oil in making the brownies. Hash oil is classified differently from marijuana as a “Penalty 2” controlled substance. This allows authorities to use the weight of the entire batch of brownies (including sugar, flour, etc.) as the weight of the drug sold.

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