School Worker Accused Of Lacing Cookies With Pot Arrested On Gun Charges
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)–An employee at a city school under investigation for lacing cookies with marijuana has been arrested on gun charges.
Several students at REACH! Partnership School got sick last week after eating cookies made with pot.
According to WJZ’s media partner, The Baltimore Sun, while police were investigating that incident, they searched the home of 40-year-old Clyde Tatum—a convicted felon.
Charging documents reveal a handgun was found in his home within reach of children.
Tatum is being held on a $350,000 bond for being a felon in possession of a handgun.
He has not been charged in the cookie incident.
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