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Police: Teen sold weed-infused cereal to students

Mark Hicks
The Detroit News

A 17-year-old alternative high school student has been charged with allegedly selling marijuana edibles to classmates, Wayne police said.

Officers were dispatched to Tinkham Educational Center on April 18 on a report that drugs were being sold on campus, authorities said in a statement.

They learned Rawn Emanuel Williams was giving out cannabis-infused Fruity Pebbles and arrested him, according to the release.

Williams was arraigned Friday at Wayne’s 29th District Court on a charge of controlled substance – deliver / manufacture marijuana.

Bond was set at $10,000. A probable-cause conference is set for 9 a.m. May 1. A preliminary examination is May 8.