A Canadian soldier is facing 18 charges for serving weed-laced cupcakes to soldiers.
Her colleagues consumed the baked goods during a live-fire training exercise, court documents said.
A Canadian soldier is facing 18 charges for serving weed-laced cupcakes to an artillery unit during a live-fire training exercise, a Newsweek report alleged.
Bombardier Chelsea Cogswell is accused of feeding the cannabis confectionary to her unit at an army combat training facility in New Brunswick, Canada in July 2018, according to court documents.
Her colleagues unknowingly consumed the cupcakes and all but one are said to have experienced symptoms including dehydration, overheating, fatigue, confusion, dry mouth, and paranoia, the court documents said.
Bombardier Chelsea Cogswell, Cogswell
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New Brunswick, Canada