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updated: 5/5/2014 10:04 PM

Man pleads not guilty in marijuana cookie case

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. -- A 21-year-old Stevens Point man has pleaded not guilty to providing marijuana-laced cookies to his co-workers.

Darren Blair is charged with recklessly endangering safety, placing foreign objects in edibles and delivering THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.

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According to the complaint, the victim said she was working at a Plover restaurant and ate two cookies from the breakroom. The woman said she began feeling like she was going to faint.

The woman said later a co-worker, identified as Blair, began asking if everyone wanted "pot cookies."

Blair was arrested during a traffic stop in March. Court records say inside his vehicle he had a bag of chocolate chip cookies and a container with cookie dough. Both smelled like marijuana.

WSAW-TV reports Blair is due back in court June 2.

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