PLYMOUTH, MI – A Michigan police department is reminding parents to talk to their children about drugs after an incident with a 16-year-old girl over the weekend.

The 16-year-old behaved erratically, putting herself and others in danger, after smoking THC wax, also known as dabs, Plymouth Police said on Twitter.

After smoking the substance, the teen ran into traffic, grabbed a dog and attacked a person, police said. She was eventually restrained by a passerby for her safety.

THC wax contains highly-concentrated levels of THC; it is a concentrated version of butane hash oil. Other names for it include shatter, amber, honeycomb and budder.

“Parents are encouraged to speak with their kids about drugs,” Plymouth Police said.

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