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Two Police Officers Suspended After Allegedly Eating Marijuana Edibles on Duty

Two Police Officers Suspended After Allegedly Eating Marijuana Edibles on Duty

Two Toronto police officers have been suspended after allegedly eating marijuana seized during a raid

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Two police officers allegedly ate marijuana edibles in a police car.

A Canadian marijuana dispensary was raided over the weekend, but now it’s the police officers who are allegedly being investigated. Two Toronto police officers allegedly ate some marijuana edibles seized during the raid. The two officers have reportedly been suspended.

According to CBC News' Amara McLaughlin, two police officers were reportedly on duty and parked in a police car near the police station when they allegedly ate some marijuana edibles on Sunday, January 28. The marijuana edibles are reportedly suspected to have been taken from the raid on the Community Cannabis Clinic marijuana dispensary that weekend. It's not clear whether or not the police officers were part of that raid, though.

Canada is expected to legalize recreational marijuana in 2018. Recreational marijuana was legalized in California at the beginning of the year, and Jack in the Box even started selling “Merry Munchie Meals” for $4.20 to celebrate. A California winery even took the alcohol out of wine and replaced it with THC in an attempt to make a hangover-free high. It does not sound like these officers had a very good time after eating the marijuana-laced edibles, though. They allegedly started hallucinating, and one reportedly called in that an officer was in need of assistance.

They were both allegedly taken to a hospital for treatment, but they’ve since been suspended and a investigation is reportedly underway.

According to Global News, another officer was reportedly injured after allegedly slipping on ice while responding to the call. A representative for the police said two officers were under investigation, but would not confirm any of the details while the investigation is still underway. For more news from Canada, check out 10 things only Canadians say.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


2 Toronto cops ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar seized as evidence, police allege

The two Toronto police officers accused of consuming marijuana on the job ate a cannabis-infused chocolate bar that was supposed to have been seized as evidence, according to the force.

New details in the case, which made international headlines in January, were revealed Tuesday at a police tribunal hearing.

Const. Jamie Young and Const. Vittorio Dominelli allegedly assisted in the execution of a search warrant at Community Cannabis Clinic, a marijuana dispensary in the city's west end, in the early evening of Jan. 27.

The charges allege that Young later "failed to account" for a chocolate hazelnut bar infused with cannabis oil seized during the search.

At around 11 p.m., both Young and Dominelli were assigned to surveillance duty near Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road, where they allegedly ate the chocolate.

Around two hours later, Dominelli made a call for assistance over police radio, claiming that he felt he was going to pass out after running on Oakwood Avenue.

Dominelli used the 10-33 police code, normally reserved to indicate an officer is in serious trouble.

Responding officers said Young and Dominelli "appeared to be in distress" when they were found. They were both taken to hospital.

One of the responding officers slipped on ice during the call for help and also had to be transported to hospital.


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