Students and professor sick after pot brownies were served at school

Mary Elizabeth Essa 
By: Aarav Sen 

(Scroll down for video) Students along with their professor at school were suddenly sickened after eating delicious brownies, according to police reports.

Now, two students from the University of Colorado, accused of providing the marijuana brownies to unsuspecting classmates and the professor, have been arrested and face multiple felony charges.

21-year-old Thomas Ricardo Cunningham, and 19-year-old Mary Elizabeth Essa, were arrested Saturday, on suspicion of second-degree assault and inducing consumption of controlled substances by fraud, along with two counts of conspiracy.

Colorado University police spokesperson Ryan Huff, said that officers were called Friday morning, after a history teacher complained of dizziness and loss of consciousness.

The teacher, who was not identified, was hospitalized. Two students in class, who ate the brownies, were also hospitalized and five others fell ill.

Police said that Cunningham and Essa baked the laced brownies and brought them to school as part of a "food day bring."