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South Dakota: Man Arrested After Elderly Mother Unknowingly Serves Cannabis Brownies During Card Game At Community Center |  US News

A man has been arrested after his elderly mother unknowingly served cannabis brownies during a card game at his senior center.

Michael Koranda, 46, was arrested on January 5 after reports of “possible poisoning” at the Tabor Community Center in South Dakota.

The 46-year-old’s mother told a sheriff that “her son Michael baked a pan of brownies and took them to the community center card game,” police wrote in an affidavit.

Several people then ate the brownies, which had been made with half a pound of cannabis-infused butter.

Koranda’s mother was unaware that the brownies contained the illegal ingredient when she handed them out.

Police have learned that her son, who works as a teacher, recently traveled to Colorado, where recreational cannabis is legal for people over the age of 21.

Koranda, who faces a charge of possession of a controlled substance, admitted to bringing a pound of cannabis butter to South Dakota to bake the brownies.

He had left them in a box in the kitchen before going to bed.

Koranda, who lives in Tabor, handed over the rest of the butter to the police.

Court records show he was released on $ 3,000 (£ 2,192) bail.

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