West Noble High School students accused of having lollipops laced with pot

(Photo supplied/Noble County Sheriff's Department)

Many West Noble High School students face discipline after police say the teenagers had lollipops laced with marijuana.

The high school administration was told about the suckers and then contacted officers on Thursday, according to the Noble County Sheriff’s Department and WOWO.

After an investigation, police determined the lollipops were indeed laced with marijuana. Police believe the THC levels are higher than normal marijuana.

The sheriff’s department warned parents on its Facebook page about the candies.

“There is little noticeable different between a normal lollipop and one laced with THC,” according to the Facebook post. “A child would easily consume one of these without anyone realizing what it actually is.

You can see a picture of the lollipop above.

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