High School Cheerleader Traded Pot Brownies for Homecoming Queen Votes

Everyone knows whoever brings the pot brownies to a party ends up being the big hero. But apparently one high schooler took that to a whole new level.

Police officers in Hartford, Michigan are investigating claims that a cheerleader at the local high school gave pot brownies to her fellow students in exchange for homecoming queen votes. The police were notified of this crime through an anonymous tip, presumably from whoever else was also in the homecoming queen competition. 

To make the story even weirder, the cheerleader who is alleged to have given out the pot brownies has supposedly fled the state.

The police have obtained three of the brownies and sent them to the Michigan State police to have them tested to see if they contain THC or cannabis.

Unfortunately, there is no answer about the biggest question in this whole story: Did the brownie baker win homecoming queen?

Also, what did the guy who won homecoming king have to do to get his crown?

(h/t Buzzfeed)

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