4 teens arrested for preparing pot brownies at school during home economics classBy Mason White 11:27 AM May 4, 2014
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By: Devansh Dutt
(Scroll down for video) Four teens were arrested after they allegedly prepared pot brownies in class, police in Iowa said.
The Burlington Police Department said that the four school kids face charges after they prepared marijuana-laced cookies during a home economics class.
The 13-year-old students attend Edward Stone Middle School.
However, because of the quick thinking and actions of the school staff the dough was never baked or eaten by anyone, Burlington Community School District Superintendent Jane Evans said.
Evans said that all the students involved in the incident have been suspended from school. Police said that two teenagers were charged with felony delivery of marijuana, and two were charged with misdemeanor possession.
The Burlington Police Department is now investigating how students received the drugs.