An Osceola County middle school student is in a whole new kind of detention after drugging his teacher's coffee following a scolding, authorities said.
The 13-year-old boy is being held in a juvenile facility without bail, facing a first-degree felony charge for poisoning food with the intent to injure, The Orlando Sentinel reported.
Sheriff's deputies say the Discovery Middle School student admitted to dropping a .2 mg pill of Clonidine -- a medicine used to treat high blood pressure and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- into Danielle Jones's coffee after she corrected his behavior in class.
Jones, who according to the arrest report became "nauseous, very thirsty and [unable to] keep her eyes open" during her second period class, was sent home to recover.
But rumors began circulating around the school that Jones had been drugged, and the principal alerted the school's resource officer.
The student told the officer three other children saw him drug Jones' coffee, and that he had "wanted her to go to sleep."
It is not known if the boy suffers from ADHD or high blood pressure, but his mother told authorities the pills help him sleep.
Jones intends to prosecute, according to the Sentinel.