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DA: Philadelphia man sold homemade edibles to kids, delivered them to schools and homes

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PHILADELPHIA - A Philadelphia man has been arrested after officials say he made a business out of selling homemade THC edibles to children as young as 11 years old.Quashon Rice, 20, is accused of manufacturing and selling THC-laced "treats," then delivering them to schools, park and children's homes all over Montgomery County.Officials say an investigation was launched in May when a student at East Norriton Middle School became sick after unknowingly eating a drug-laced rainbow-colored Rice Krispy treat.The treat was reportedly given to him by another student, who was selling edibles purchased from Instagram.

The student paid cash for the edibles, which were delivered directly to them at a park in their neighborhood.According to an investigation, Rice communicated with multiple juveniles through two Instagram accounts; "top2treats" and "toptreatz4." He allegedly quoted specific prices, delivery fees and available THC products; including Fruity Pebbles bars, cookies, brownies and Cinnamon Toast Crunch bars.Evidence proved Rice knew he was selling drugs to children as young as 11 years old, officials say.

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