Las Cruces Mom Gets Arrested For Letting Her 13 Year Old Daughter Take Pot Gummies To School For ‘Anxiety’
A mom learned the hard way that you should never share your marijuana edibles stash with your teenager.
38 year old Sylvia A. Rubio is being held without bond in the Dona Ana Jail after she was arrested and charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and two counts of distribution of marijuana to a minor. Rubio admitted that she had given her 13 year old daughter THC gummies to ease her anxiety. As if that wasn't bad enough, the girl had them at school.
Someone notified the Doña Ana County Sheriff's Office last November that the teen had marijuana and chocolate edibles. The principal of the school was notified and contacted Child Protective Services. Rubio said she had given her daughter gummies in April 2017 to ease her anxiety. Rubio has a medical marijuana card and a personal production license which allows her to legally produce medical cannabis for personal use only. That probably doesn't include giving product to your teenaged daughter to take to school.
Rubio said a homeopathic doctor told her that giving the teen medical marijuana would help with her anxiety and while she said she didn't give her daughter edible chocolate, she did admit that she leaves the bathroom cabinet unlocked where the items are kept.
Mom of the Year material, here, folks.