Cary police charge Green Hope High student sold pot-laced brownies at school

From staff reportsNovember 18, 2013 

— A 16-year-old Green Hope High School student faces a felony charges after Cary police found him selling what they said in an arrest warrant were marijuana-laced brownies in the school.

Dalton Anderson Woodard of 108 Vescova Lane in Morrisville was arrested about noon Friday after a school resource officer assigned to Green Hope got a tip that a student was selling the brownies.

When police located Woodard in the school at 2500 Carpenter Upchurch Road, they said, he had three 2-inch by 2.5-inch brownies.

Capt. Don Hamilton said Monday that officers could smell marijuana when they opened the bag, and the brownies were sent for testing to confirm it was an ingredient.

“The young man was helpful to us and admitted” what he had, Hamilton said.

Woodard was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell or distribute it.

His bail was set at $10,000, and he was scheduled for a first court appearance Monday.

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