Cops Find "Special" Brownies at Mankota Picnic

A 25-year-old man was arrested Tuesday after he was busted at a Mankato park with marijuana-laced brownies, police said.
According to police, the bust happened in the Land of Memories Park after an anonoymous person called to report possible drug-use in the park, reports the Star Tribune.
When the police arrived at the park, they searched a vehicle and found six loaves of banana bread, 10 brownies, and a tub of butter, all of which were laced with marijuana, reports the Mankato Free Press.
After the man was arrested, he was taken to Blue Earth County Jail, police said. He was released shortly after his arrest and, as of Thursday, charges have yet to be filed, according to the Star Tribune.
The man was later identified to be Christopher Sean Prodoehl of New Ulm, reports the Mankato Free Press.

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