IRVINGTON, Ala. (WKRG) - Three teens have been arrested after six high school students consumed drug-laced gummy bears and were sent to the hospital.
The teens, three males who are 14 to 17-years-old, are charged with distribution of a controlled substance.
The gummy bears are believed to have been laced with a stimulant, police said.
The Mobile County Public School System confirms to News 5 that six Alma Bryant High School students are being treated at a local hospital after a teacher noticed the students behaving in a strange manner. The students are reported to now be in stable condition.
Rena Philips, a spokesperson for the school system, says a teacher noticed the students appeared to be “loopy.” Officials say out of precaution they were transported for treatment and evaluation.
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