DETROIT - Authorities say four Catholic middle school students in Detroit got sick after eating a snack that a fellow student may have tainted with marijuana or synthetic marijuana.
The Archdiocese of Detroit says three of the four students were taken to a hospital on Wednesday from Most Holy Trinity School and one was hospitalized in stable condition.
A letter to parents says the student who is believed to have sprinkled the substance on the snack without the knowledge of the others has been expelled.
Detroit police are investigating.
The school has about 140 students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
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