PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A student at Seneca Valley High School in Butler County is facing charges, accused of selling pot brownies to classmates and making them sick.

Police say the boy made the brownies at a friend’s house, then took them to school, where he sold them to four other boys.

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The district released a statement saying they had dealt with the manner, reading:

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“We immediately addressed the situation once brought to our attention and are working with the police to resolve and address the matter. Beyond that, because the investigation is ongoing, we are limited in the amount of information we can share at this time. It’s important to note, though, that consequences will be assigned to all those involved. Our hope is that this will serve as a reminder to students that substance use/abuse seriously impairs the ability of individuals to develop their full academic and social potential, and adversely impacts the educational environment.”

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