At least one of the food items examined by investigators after several students got sick at a Fulton County middle school tested positive for the... GBI says food that sickened students contained THC

At least one of the food items examined by investigators after several students got sick at a Fulton County middle school tested positive for the presence of THC, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced Thursday. According to a news release, the GBI Crime Lab received 46 items of food products from Sandtown Middle School with one of the items that has the appearance of cereal showing the presence of THC.

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