High school senior accused of selling pot-laced brownies
PENNDEL, Pa. (AP) — A suburban Philadelphia high school student has been charged with selling marijuana-laced brownies that were later distributed at a middle school.
Authorities in Bucks County allege that 18-year-old Jacob Francisco, a Bensalem High School senior, sold five brownies last week to a middle school student who later sold them to classmates at Shafer Middle School.
Bensalem police said in a statement that they are still investigating but “have identified multiple students who purchased and/or ingested” the brownies.
Francisco is charged with possession with intent to deliver, corruption of minors and related offenses. He was taken to Bucks County Correctional Facility in lieu of 10 percent of bail set $100,000 bail.
Court documents don’t list an attorney representing Francisco; a listed number for him couldn’t be found Monday.