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FOND DU LAC, Wis. - Fond du Lac Police are investigating after an exotic dancer allegedly left pot brownies at an ATM Friday morning.
Police received a call early on October 6 from the Walgreens store on North Main Street. They told officers an employee found a container near the ATM filled with brownies, police said.
Officers found green matter in the brownie ingredients, according to police.
Police traced the brownies back to a topless dancer who works at The Other Place, an adult entertainment establishment on Main Street in Fond du Lac.
When questioned, the dancer told police the marijuana brownies were hers.
Police are still investigating the incident. The woman has not been arrested or charged at this time.