Girl who brought crystal meth to school pleads guilty
A 14-year-old St. Paul girl pleaded guilty Wednesday to distributing crystal methamphetamines to classmates during lunch.
The incident occurred Tuesday at Hazel Park Middle School Academy when the girl passed out the drug during lunch to six other students. The seven total students where later taken to local hospitals after becoming sick during the school day.
The girl pleaded guilty to a felony second-degree sale of a controlled substance in a school zone. She will remain in custody until October 10th, which is her next scheduled day in court, according to the Star Tribune.
The girl told school authorities that she â€śfoundâ€? the drug, according to the Associated Press.
Police also found two grams of crystal meth at the girlâ€™s house Wednesday morning in a search of the property, according to the Pioneer Press.
According to the Star Tribune, the students ingested the drug by eating it. The â€ścrystalâ€? form of the drug is normally intended to be smoked.
No additional arrests have yet been made.