Raid on daycare turns up marijuana-laced candy

A drug bust in North Carolina led police to a day care center, where they found not only six guns but also marijuana-laced cookies and gummy bears.

Fayetteville Police said officers waited until the children had left the facility before raiding "Tori's Playhouse" on Tuesday.  Once inside, officers found the marijuana-laced gummies and cookies and  firearms.

The couple who ran the day care out of their home was also arrested.  Reshod J. Everett, 32, and Victoria L. Everett, 34, of Fayetteville face charges including trafficking in marijuana and conspiring to traffic in heroin. 

Officials say the younger Everett is also a U.S. postal worker.  He was being held on a $430,000 secured bond.

Victoria Everett was being held on a $287,500 secured bond.   It was not known if the suspects have an attorney yet.

The initial bust at an apartment turned up a half a kilo of cocaine, more than an ounce of heroin, more than 100 pounds of marijuana, 10 guns and more than $70,000.  Alvin Davis III, 27, was arrested in connection with that location.

Police said the investigation was continuing.