Springboro teen in hash-laced brownies case pleads guilty

SPRINGBORO, Ohio (AP) — A teenager accused of passing out brownies laced with hashish to students and a teacher at his southwest Ohio high school has pleaded guilty to one count of possession of hashish.

Warren County’s prosecutor says 19-year-old Edward Goschinski III of Springboro also pleaded guilty Wednesday to three counts of contributing to the unruliness or delinquency of a minor.

A message seeking comment was left Thursday for Goschinski’s attorney.

Prosecutor David Fornshell says Goschinski was a senior at Springboro High School when he brought the brownies to school in April 2015. Fornshell says Goschinski supplied them to three students and gave one to a teacher.

Fornshell says another student overheard Goschinski and others discussing giving a pot brownie to a teacher and told the teacher.

Hasish is made from marijuana.