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A Tuscarawas County couple is behind bars, accused of delivering cookies laced with laxatives, to striking workers in the Claymont School District.

Supporters of the non-teaching employees often honk their horns as they pass the picket lines. Investigators say 29-year-old Bo Cosens and 25 year-old Rachel Sharrock live near an elementary school in Uhrichsville and were angry about how the horns affected their sleep patterns.

They posted videos on Facebook that contained numerous threats against the striking school employees. The couple also revealed that they made sugar cookies laced with laxatives and delivered them to the picket lines.

Striking employees thought the treats were the couple`s way of showing support for their cause. Fortunately, no one ate the adulterated cookies and the strikers say they were shocked when they later learned about the laxatives.

Bo Cosens and Rachel Sharrock were arrested by police after an anonymous tipster saw the Facebook videos and became concerned about the threats being made against union members and concerned about the tainted cookies.

Authorities charged the couple with contaminating a substance for human consumption, which is a felony.

Bo Cosens is also facing a charge of aggravated menacing for making threats against the striking employees.
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SimplySpaztastic

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I was just gonna say that. I'm super picky about anything homemade and if I don't know you and don't know what kind of house you keep, I'm not eating anything you give me. I'll smile, say thank you and then tip it into the trash after you've walked away.
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Girl, I know that's the truth!! Don't even get me started...

And fuck a pot luck too. So gross
 

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Ripley

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Oh thank you, I'm not alone with my phobia of food cooked by strangers and potluck dinners. People gross me out with their strange food with ingredients I can't identify.
The last time I ate something homemade I ended up in the ER for anaphylactic shock. Fucker never mentioned he added nuts.
 

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Old Man Metal

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And fuck a pot luck too. So gross
So, back in the 90's at least, Utah consistently had a much-higher-than-the-national-average incident rate of food poisoning. This was believed to be because of the religious makeup of the state in that there were more and larger pot-luck-style church/family/social events, providing both more opportunity for foodborne illness and a larger pool of potential victims per incident.
 

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notchback

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So, back in the 90's at least, Utah consistently had a much-higher-than-the-national-average incident rate of food poisoning. This was believed to be because of the religious makeup of the state in that there were more and larger pot-luck-style church/family/social events, providing both more opportunity for foodborne illness and a larger pool of potential victims per incident.
Once a year I eat at a potluck at our church. I only eat what my wife brings and the food that is prepared there (usually smoked salmon).
 

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Fives My Charm

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Once a year I eat at a potluck at our church. I only eat what my wife brings and the food that is prepared there (usually smoked salmon).
I always wonder if whoever prepared the food washed their hands and if they cleaned their hands with each different food type and different instruments and everyday bullshit that pops up when cooking (phone bathroom kids sneezing etc)
 

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Old Man Metal

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I always wonder if whoever prepared the food washed their hands and if they cleaned their hands with each different food type and different instruments and everyday bullshit that pops up when cooking (phone bathroom kids sneezing etc)
Especially that unlucky conjunction when you're on the phone in the bathroom and the kids sneeze on you. That's what really happened that one time at Jack In The Box.
 

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Ripley

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Look how many people Typhoid Mary made sick. Apparently she never washed her hands after using the outhouse.

She was a stubborn old bitch. After health officials finally figured out she was patient zero & prohibited her from cooking anymore, she just kept finding new jobs under assumed names. No ‘imaginary’ germs were gonna stop Mary!
 

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