Cathleen Krause is facing four charges relating to the St. Patrick's Day incident

A Wisconsin woman has been arrested after handing out pot cookies and candy at a local St. Patrick’s Day parade.

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Cathleen Krause, 57, is facing charges of delivering THC, possession of THC, and three counts of possession of a controlled substance after allegedly handing out drug-laced treats during the Westcott St. Patrick’s Day parade on March 16.

The Shawano County Sheriff's Office in Wisconsin says after receiving a criminal complaint against Krause, they located her at a bar.

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The police affidavit shows that Krause was “visibly intoxicated” and had an odor of "alcohol and marijuana on her breath" when she was located.

When asked about the drug-infused cookies, Krause allegedly pulled out a “gallon-sized bag that contained cookie crumbs.”

Police found a container with pills and some gummy candies containing THC when they searched the suspect. The Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the cookie and gummy candies tested positive for marijuana.

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Court records show that as a condition of her $1,000 bond, she must maintain complete sobriety. Krause’s next court date is set for April 1.