• Police: Spiked pot sickens teens
    June 08,2013
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    ENOSBURGH — A Vermont sheriff’s department reported that five male teenagers from Enosburg High School were treated for a possible drug reaction after they smoked marijuana laced with an undisclosed substance.

    Sheriff Robert Norris said deputies from his department responded to a park Thursday afternoon after concern developed about the reactions of the five students, between 15 and 17 years old.

    The teenagers admitted smoking the high-potency marijuana and were transported to Northwestern Vermont Medical Center in St. Albans.

    The parents of the teenagers were notified and they were later cleared for release.

    The Burlington Free Press reported that the sheriff’s department is going to continue investigating the case.
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