A Milton man has been charged with two felonies after a 14-year-old girl turned up at a Janesville hospital with a bad drug reaction.

Bryce A. Thibault, 619 College St. No. 4, was charged with delivery of Schedule 4 drugs to minors and delivery of marijuana to minors in Rock County Court on Monday.

Thibault, 21, was held on a $250 cash bond and ordered to have no intentional contact with juveniles unless it is in the course of his duties at his gas station job.

According to the criminal complaint, a 17-year-old boy drove three 15-year-old girls and the 14-year-old to Thibault’s apartment, where they bought four alprazolam pills and a small amount of marijuana July 21.

Alprazolam, generic Xanax, is used to treat anxiety.

One of the girls had arranged the deal via Snapchat, according to the complaint.

Two of the girls told police they did not take the pills, and one said she didn’t smoke the marijuana, either. But one girl who had taken the pill and smoked the marijuana ended up in a Janesville emergency room.

The girl was able to talk to police the next day. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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