Meth-Laced Halloween Candy
- Here’s a truly terrifying Halloween story – and unfortunately this one is all too real.
- A 5-year-old Ohio boy had just gotten back from trick-or-treating and was eating some of his candy when he suddenly had a seizure. He was rushed to the hospital, where he tested positive for meth.
- The boy’s mother says he had eaten only a couple of pieces of candy and also played with a pair of plastic vampire teeth. Police are currently testing both the teeth and the candy.
- Police warned parents to make sure to closely inspect your child’s halloween candy. They also say some street drugs are made to resemble candy like Sweet Tarts.
- Do you have a fear of trick-or-treating for this reason?
- Ever find something suspicious in the candy haul?
GALION, Ohio — Police in Galion, Ohio, are investigating if a child was given a Halloween candy laced with methamphetamine.
According to police, a 5-year-old boy was treated for consuming an illegal substance after trick-or-treating Sunday night.
Read More: https://abc13.com/4580500/
The parents told hospital staff the meth must have come from a piece of trick-or-treat candy the boy had been eating. https://t.co/5T4zCMRVTZ
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People are fucking disgusting bro this is some next level shit
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