Student had pot cookies for sale at school

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NORTHERN CALIFORNIA — A 16-year-old allegedly brought marijuana-laced chocolate chip cookies to sell at school, NBC News reported.

After receiving a tip, a school resource officer found the student with a Tupperware container with 17 individually wrapped chocolate chip cookies inside.

The officer conducted a “presumptive test” with a field kit that the officers carry to test for the presence of THC, a chemical found in marijuana.

The cookie tested positive, police said.

The officer arrested the student, who was taken to a juvenile facility.

It was not certain if the teen actually sold any cookies to other students.