ALLENTOWN - Authorities say a teenage youth admitted selling marijuana-laced brownies at school to friends and other students, two of whom became ill.

Lehigh County prosecutor Gregory Englert said the teen brought 18 drug-tainted treats to Parkland High School near Allentown, where he sold them for $5 to $15 each last month.

Englert said two girls who ate the brownies were treated at a hospital. No one else got sick, and authorities do not know if something else contributed to the girls' illness.

Englert said the 17-year-old, whose name was not disclosed because of his age, admitted in Juvenile Court Wednesday that he sold the brownies. A judge sentenced him to time at a youth camp, community service, and a six-month suspension of his driver's license. - AP