Alaina Marie Limpert, a 25-year-old from Tempe, Arizona, laughed after her 21-month toddler ate weed-laced mac and cheese on Wednesday — and then put the girl in a cold pool in her backyard to “shock” her, Arizona police say. The food was made with butter that had THC, the component in marijuana that gets people “high.”
Alaina Marie Limpert, a 25-year-old from Tempe, Arizona, laughed after her 21-month toddler ate weed-laced mac and cheese on Wednesday — and then put the girl in a cold pool in her backyard to “shock” her, Arizona police say. The food was made with butter that had THC, the component in marijuana that gets people “high.” Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office
Alaina Marie Limpert, a 25-year-old from Tempe, Arizona, laughed after her 21-month toddler ate weed-laced mac and cheese on Wednesday — and then put the girl in a cold pool in her backyard to “shock” her, Arizona police say. The food was made with butter that had THC, the component in marijuana that gets people “high.” Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office