You can’t give the wee ones weed, as an Ohio mom found out the hard way.
The mother was busted after more than a dozen elementary school students were sickened after being exposed to marijuana-laced gummy candy.
The incident occurred at Anton Grdina School on the east side of Cleveland on Monday afternoon.
Shari Gould, the 27-year-old mother of the student who allegedly brought the cannabis candy to school, was arrested for child endangerment, according to CNN.
Authorities were called after school employee noticed the gummy candy packaging said it contained drugs.
In total — 14 students felt ill — but only nine of them, ranging from 5 to 9 years old, were transported to a nearby hospital.
All students were listed in stable condition, authorities said.
However, the 9-year-old boy, who allegedly transported the gummies to school, tested positive for THC at the hospital.
No other students tested positive for drugs.
Gould’s son told police he acquired the candy from his mother and aunt, who had a party the day before. He said they were drinking and smoking.