Plea Deal Expected for Man Accused of Bringing "Pot Cookies" to Work

By: WSAW Staff Email
By: WSAW Staff Email

A 21-year-old Stevens Point man accused of providing marijuana-laced cookies to his coworkers is scheduled to reach a plea deal avoiding a jury trial. Darren Blair, 21, is charged with 2nd degree recklessly endangering safety, placing foreign objects in edibles and delivering THC; stemming from an earlier investigation.

According to the criminal complaint the alleged victim said she was working at the Charcoal Grill in Plover on March 22 and ate two cookies from shared area in the breakroom. The woman said a short time later she began to feel like she was going to faint.

The woman said later a coworker, identified as Darren Blair, began asking everyone if they wanted “pot cookies”.

Blair was arrested by police during a traffic on March 25. According to court documents inside his vehicle he had a one-gallon ziplock bag of chocolate chip cookies and tupperware container with cookie dough; both smelled like marijuana.


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