No marijuana-laced candy found by parents on Halloween
It’s official, Halloween has come and gone, and there have been no news articles about parents finding marijuana-laced candy in their children’s trick or treat bags.
Even as police departments spun out warnings for parents to be on the lookout, many knew that the claims were unfounded.
Why would people hand out candy to children which cost quite a bit of money, they asked. It just didn’t make sense.
Now four days later, it’s been confirmed that there were no cases of this happening.
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