Rocklin teen allegedly drugs parents to stay on Internet longer
ROCKLIN, Calif. (KABC) -- A teenage girl and her friend are accused of drugging her parents so they could use the Internet past curfew time.
"[The parents] woke up about 1 a.m. They had hangover-like symptoms, they felt really groggy, had a headache, went back to sleep. They felt the same way the next morning," said Lt. Lon Milka with the Rocklin Police Department.
The parents picked up a drug test kit that some parents buy to check on their children. But they used it on themselves.
They discovered the milkshakes the two girls had given them were drugged with sleep medicine. The girls gave chocolate to dad and vanilla to mom.
The parents' rule was no Internet access after 10 p.m. But with the parents in dreamland, the girls had free rein.
The girls are underage, so they won't be facing prison time. The case is being handled through the juvenile courts.
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