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Most people usually enjoy coffee and donuts after their church services, but thanks to a 74-year-old man from Bloomington, Indiana, one church congregation experienced one hell of an after party.

According to the Indy Star, Brian Jones was recently arrested after it was found that the cookies he shared with his church friends back in May were laced with marijuana. After an investigation that began last year, Jones was arrested, when several congregation members at the St. John’s the Apostle Catholic Church in Bloomington went to the hospital after feeling ill.

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According to court documents, the church goers went to a local emergency room after they began to feel symptoms such as nausea, lethargy and sluggishness (sound familiar?) upon eating cookies brought by Jones after the morning service.

Jones admitted to making the cookies, but initially denied knowing the marijuana was in them. That was until investigators turned up a bottle with hash oil residue at the home of Jones.

Police said Jones turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He faces preliminary charges of criminal recklessness and possession of hash oil.