A Miami woman was arrested Wednesday for allegedly selling marijuana edibles to a child who shared them with classmates, resulting in multiple possible THC overdoses, according to the Miami Police Department.
Thalia Aceves, 22, was charged with sale, delivery, possession of cannabis and contributing to the delinquency of a child.
Police responded to Citrus Grove Middle and Elementary School in Miami on Wednesday regarding an incident where children suffering from possible THC overdoses were taken to an area hospital.
The children ranged in age from 9 to 13.
Detectives learned that one of the students had bought edibles off-campus, brought them to school and shared them with fellow classmates.
Officers with the Special Investigations Section Narcotics Unit posed as the child and arranged a meeting with the alleged dealer, Aceves, to buy more edibles and a THC cartridge, according to the police report.
Aceves was arrested during the meeting and detectives seized what they believe to be 50 cannabis-infused vape cartridges, 244 grams of raw cannabis, two packs of edibles, a digital scale and $400.
During an interview with detectives, Aceves allegedly admitted that she knew Wednesday’s sale was to a minor she had sold to in the past.
Attorney information for Aceves is not currently available. An arraignment hearing is scheduled…