Authorities investigating possible pot brownies given to Alabama district attorney's office

Two employees with a district attorney's office in Alabama have gotten sick from eating brownies that may have been laced with marijuana. One employee was hospitalized. ( reports authorities are investigating whether brownies given to the Baldwin County District Attorney's office Tuesday were laced with the drug. A temporary court worker who doesn't work with the district attorney gave the brownies to the office shortly before prosecutors were to start a jury trial.

WVTM-TV ( reports the court worker did not know the brownies might be laced with the drug, but could still face charges. The State Bureau of Investigation is investigating. A county DA spokeswoman says the brownies are being tested and there is as yet no evidence they were laced. She says the affected employees have recovered.