Deputies in Seminole County, Florida, arrested the bride and caterer of a Longwood wedding party nearly two months after first responders helped multiple people who reported feeling weird, sick, and stoned at the event in February.
There are two women who are accused of tampering with the food at the party, Danya Glenny, 42 and Jocelyn Bryant, 31.
According to an incident report, deputies responded to 400 Woodbridge Road on February 19 to assist the Seminole County Fire Department with a medical call.
Several people in the crowd made complaints of stomach aches and puking, and one man in his 40s asked to be taken to South Seminole Hospital because he was “feeling weird” and felt like he “had drugs inside him,” according to deputies.
A woman who told deputies she suspected the food she ate was “laced with possible cannabis” and threatened to press charges also demanded medical transport. At least 3 others wanted to press charges as well, and two people were deemed too incomprehensible to give a written statement, according to deputies.
Glenny was contacted by deputies, who asked if she had consented to or requested that any of the food contain marijuana, which she denied.
Deputies reported that all catering staff had either left or were about to leave while trying to pinpoint the catering service’s manager, later identified as Bryant with the business Jocelyn’s Southern Kitchen.
Chocolate-covered strawberries, wine glasses, pudding shots, cookies, brownies, and even a “handful of lasagna” were among the foods and glassware gathered for evidence and screening, according to the report.
The lasagna and a slice of bread gathered at the scene came back positive for THC, according to an arrest affidavit.
Glenny and Bryant were taken into custody at the Seminole County jail on Monday. Both are accused of tampering, culpable negligence, and marijuana delivery, according to court documents.