Duo busted after allegedly selling weed edibles at church


For the love of pot!

Two women were busted Friday on drug charges after one allegedly sold weed edibles at a church in Savannah, Georgia, according to the Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team.

Ebony Cooper, 28, was reportedly openly hawking various treats — including cereal, brownies and puddings — that contained marijuana at a church event for entrepreneurs, authorities said.

Officials said she advertised the illegal baked goods on social media prior to the event.

Undercover agents bought several items from Cooper then followed her to 26-year-old Leah Pressley’s car, which they searched, according to officials.

The search allegedly turned up a large number of pot edibles, more than $1,000 in cash and a loaded gun.

Both Cooper and Pressley were arrested and booked at Chatham County Detention Center on felony drug charges, authorities said.