Most children/ teens when wanting to use the computer past their curfew or while punished usually sneak away and do it or just wait.
Two California teenagers decided that waiting till the next day was too long so they hatched a plan and decided to drug one of the girl's parent's milkshakes with sleeping pills so they could get online past her curfew of 10:00 pm.
The girls who are 15 and 16 years old offered to get the 15 year old's parents milkshakes from a fast food place. The mother and father drank only half of the shakes, saying they were weird tasting and ended up falling asleep about an hour after drinking them.
They awoke a little after 1 am and felt like they had hangovers.
They decided to get drug testing kits from the police in Rocklin, California and they tested positive for prescription sleeping pills.
The girls were taken to juvenile Hall on Saturday and booked on suspicion of conspiracy and willfully mingling a pharmaceutical with food.
The girls thought that the curfew was too strict and wanted more internet time on the weekend.
The 16 year old gave the other girl the pills, though not sure where she got them from.
Lt. Lon Milka told the Sacramento Bee though they have no idea what the girls needed to go online for so bad;
"For our investigation, that wasn't as important as the drugging with the milkshake,"
If they were adults they would be faced with prison time.
The girls and their parents have not been identified as the girls are minors.
Prosecuters still may file charges.
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