Police say that last week, a 15-year-old girl had a 16-year-old friend spend the night at her home. The younger teen’s parents did not allow her to use the Internet after 10:00 p.m. so the teens hatched a completely asinine plan to get around the restriction.
The girls ended up giving the parents milkshakes from a fast-food restaurant that they had spiked with crushed up sleeping pills. The parents were only able to drink about of the quarter of the milkshakes, saying they tasted funny and were grainy
But the shakes must have been loaded because shortly after, the parents were sawing logs. They woke up at 1 a.m. the next morning feeling like they had hangovers. They went back to sleep and woke up the next morning still feeling like re-fried dogshit. Suspecting they had been drugged, the parents went to the Rocklin police station to pick up a $5 drug test kit normally used to test teens for drug use.
One of the other reasons why the became immediately suspicious that they had been drugged is because the 15-year-old’s parents — who became the teen’s legal guardians after she was their foster child — had suspected they’d been drugged once before.
After they both tested positive for sedatives, they called police and the two girls were charged with conspiracy and willfully mingling a pharmaceutical with food. They were charged as juveniles and placed in a juvenile detention facility. They should be thankful they are being charged as juveniles, as had they been charged otherwise they would be looking at possible prison time. As it stands now, it’s up to the District Attorney’s Office to decide if they will receive adult punishment.
The teen’s mother said she and her husband turned in her daughter to police in order to teach her, and other teens, a lesson.Tags: California, Crime, internet, Juvenile, milkshake, sleeping pills