Parents found a bag of meth in Halloween candy child

Parents found a bag of meth in Halloween candy child

Residents of Keshena (Wisconsin) are convinced that sometimes we should listen to the warnings of the police. On Monday morning the parents found the bag of candy brought by the child, a yellow crystalline powder in a transparent package to the zip fastener, without the wrapper, and identifying inscriptions. Questioning the origin of the sweets, they took the find to the police. Ibid surprised parents and reported that the powder – nothing like meth. Fortunately, the child received a bag with the drug in the city event on Halloween, never used it.

The police strongly recommends that parents of children also attending the holiday in the city Keshena, check out the candy they brought home. In case of detection of suspicious sweets, parents can turn them in in two specially organized points.

Keshena Veterans Park: Monday from 13.00 to 17.00 Tuesday from 8.00 to 17.00.

Neopit Fire Station: Monday from 13.00 to 17.00.; Tuesday from 8.00 to 17.00.

In connection with the incident, Keshena primary school posted on Facebook a message that any student is not allowed to bring candy or treats to school on October 31 for school parties Halloween.

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— LawNewz (@law_newz) October 31, 2017