A close-up of Sour Diesel plants in the flowering room at Colorado shop High Country Healing in Silverthorne in January 2015. (Helen H. Richardson, Denver Post file)

Ohio teen faces felony charges over hash brownies at high school

SPRINGBORO, Ohio — A student accused of passing out brownies laced with hashish to students and a teacher at his southwest Ohio high school has been indicted on felony drug charges.

Warren County court documents show 19-year-old Edward Goschinski III, of Springboro, was indicted Monday on charges of trafficking and possession of the concentrated marijuana, corrupting another with drugs and contributing to the unruliness or delinquency of a minor.

Court records don’t list an attorney for him.

County Prosecutor David Fornshell says Goschinski allegedly took the hash brownies to school in April and gave them to a least four students and a teacher. Fornshell says the teacher noticed the brownie tasted bad and threw it away, and another student then indicated Goschinski had hashish.