TALENT, Ore. (AP) — A couple in Oregon has been arrested after police say they got two 13-year-olds high on marijuana at their home and then sent text messages to friends bragging about it.
Lindsey Ann Monda, 38, and her boyfriend Jason Michael Dunn, 46, taught Monda's two children how to use a bong, the Ashland Tidings reported, based on police reports in court records. Monda texted a friend several times on the night of Dec. 23 to talk about “getting blasted” with her kids, the newspaper said.
Monda and Dunn were released from jail Wednesday after posting bail on charges of administering marijuana to a juvenile. They cannot have contact with the children. It wasn't immediately clear if they had an attorney.
Marijuana is legal under state law in Oregon, but both administering it and delivering it to a person younger than 18 is a felony.
Monda sent text messages to a friend about “getting blasted” with the juveniles “and teaching ‘em how to use a bong," according to an affidavit in the case. Monda also sent a text message describing how Dunn giving one of the teens “a full bowl that she took to the dome without us.” She then described her daughter as “totally blazed,” and called it “hilarious,” the court documents say.
The Ashland Tidings reports that when police interviewed the teens, they were able to describe the glass bong they used, which was found in the home.