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Wisconsin woman gives marijuana-laced cookies during St. Patrick’s Day parade, police say

Cathleen Krause was arrested for allegedly handing out marijuana-laced cookies on the St. Patrick’s Day parade.
(Shawano County Jail)

A Wisconsin woman was caught with her hand in the cookie jar on the Sunday during St. Patrick’s Day parade participants reported she was handing out marijuana-laced treats, according to police.

Cathleen Krause, 57, was arrested after a person told the police the 57-year-old woman was handing out cookies with marijuana in them, FOX11 reported. The police then approached Krause, who was “visibly intoxicated” and reeked of alcohol and marijuana on her breath,” the arrest affidavit stated.

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Krause allegedly pulled out a gallon-sized bag with only crumbs left when officers asked her about the treats. The police also found a gummy candy on her.

Both candy tested positive for marijuana, officials said.

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Krause was arrested and charged with the delivery of THC, possession of THC and possession of a controlled substance. She appeared Monday in court, where she was released on $1,000 bond and ordered to maintain sobriety.

She is expected in court on 1 April.

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