Man Facing Federal Charges For Selling Meth-laced Weed to Children
47-year-old John Bruce Fifield is facing federal charges for selling meth-laced Marijuana to middle school children. Fifield in currently house arrest and it currently out on a $25k bond. Fifield who lives in Sedalia, Colorado is alleged of selling meth-laced marijuana to middle school children at Woodland Park Middle School in Colorado Springs about an hour drive away from where he lives.
Now you are thinking, how did this 45-year-old man get into a middle school and start selling meth-laced weed?
It was through his stepdaughter who attends Woodland Park that would allegedly sell the adulterated narcotics after school. It was until one kid got sick from taking the illegal drug and was subjected to take a home drug test that came out positive for methamphetamine. This incident was reported to the school resident officer along with many other students that began to have the same symptoms. The terrifying accusations came to rise that Fifield was supplying them with the narcotics through the child. The whole matter was then reported to the local County Police Department for further pursuance.
After an investigation, detectives figured out there was enough probable cause to search Fifield’s residence. They were astonished to find more than five pounds of weed, and several other illegal substances such as Xanax, psilocybin mushrooms, meth, and 18 grams of marijuana laced with meth! Despite all the evidence held against John Bruce Fifield Jr. he pleads innocent while he awaits trial.
This is a serious issue that sadly involves children and poison. At this point, it’s hard to tell how bad this affected the Cannabis community but hopefully, it won’t begin another “Reefer Madness!” era, and both authorities and the general public will know that this is one of the major dangers of not legalizing weed. The lack of regulations allows meth heads lace week with chemicals and sell it to anyone even kids! Let us just think for a second if kids were not involved, it is still considered poison. It could have been rat poison for all I care.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
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