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Fudge Contained Lavender, Not Marijuana

Last updated on Wednesday, June 4, 2008

(Bloomington) - The 13 year old girl who passed out the fudge with the green leafy substance has been identified but faces no charges, after it was found the substance was lavender and not marijuana.

According to supplemental reports filed in the case, the girl told Indiana University Police that she made the fudge for a class project where she had to make Swedish food.

The girl had fudge left over so she asked her mom to pass it out at her workplace, Eigenmann Hall.

The fudge was passed around Friday afternoon, and one co-worker took it to police headquarters where it tested positive for marijuana.

The girl came forward after the case went public, and let officers know it was lavender in the fudge.

The lavender was brought in for a field test where it had a weak reaction on a test for marijuana.

IUPD Captain Jerry Minger says, the case is closed.

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