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Retirees accidentally got super high on weed brownies after mom brought Son’s Charge

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A man has been arrested after his 73-year-old mother unsuspectingly brought a load of weed brownies to her community center, where a number of elderly people mocked her and got incredibly high

A group of seniors accidentally mocked a batch of cannabis brownies brought back by a 73-year-old woman who did not know that her adult son allegedly baked them with THC butter.

Police responded to several calls about “possible poisoning” and found that all patients had been enjoying a game of cards at the local community center.

The incident happened last Tuesday in Tabor, a town of 423 people, according to an affidavit by The Smoking Gun.

Police responded to multiple calls of “possible poisoning” and found that all of the patients at the Tabor Community Center had been playing cards and were “under the influence.”

Police arrested 43-year-old Michael Koranda after he reportedly told them he cooked the illegal goods with half a pound of THC butter that he bought in Colorado, where recreational cannabis is legal.

Koranda then went to bed and “his mother unknowingly brought the brownies to the card game where several people ate them,” the affidavit reads. According to the report, he was charged with possession of a controlled drug or substance, which carries a 5-year prison sentence.

There was no word about injuries.

Cannabis edibles can have a significantly more powerful effect on users than smokeable marijuana. Manufacturers warn that it’s easy to accidentally ingest a crippling amount by over-consuming the tasty treats.

South Dakota voters passed an amendment legalizing recreational cannabis in November, but that referendum was defeated by the state Supreme Court.

Cannabis remains illegal at the federal level, where it is classified as a Schedule I drug.

In the UK, gangs are flooding the UK with ‘super weed’ from California, while drinkers are turning to cannabis to weather a dry January.

Traders are benefiting from a surge in demand from lockdown boozers getting high to avoid alcohol.

We spoke to one who smuggles potent marijuana strains out of the US state and sells them in Liverpool and Manchester.

He said, “I’ve had a lot of new buyers who don’t normally smoke weed but need something to replace the hit they get from alcohol. Forget about dry January, that’s high January. “

He showed us a box with several bags that he had ordered on the Darknet and added: “These are 3.5 g bags, people pay 80 to 120 pounds.

“The demand right now is for the stronger Cali stuff.”

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