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    News from Berkeley. (I wasn't arrested; thank you)

    Javier Arbona-Homar
    Sep 9, '06 2:53 PM EST
    Three arrests made following incident involving apparent marijuana-laced cookies

    "The UC Police Department learned of the incident following an 8 p.m. call from a student who said she was feeling ill and very anxious. Police soon learned that approximately 15 others at the co-op were experiencing similar symptoms including numbness to feet and hands, shortness of breath and minor hallucinations. Of those 15, a dozen were sent to local hospitals where they were treated and released by this morning. Four were treated on the scene by fire department paramedics."


     
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    • morriematos

      You really never know who or what you can trust, even food you eat can lead you to harm. It's always a good practice to only consume fresh food that you saw was served. Otherwise, you might end up with a stomach pain and a few hallucinations. And as we've pointed out, it's best to know where your food came from, who prepared it, and who served it to you. This way we can all avoid incidents like this.

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