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Razor blades, gummies that were cannabis found in kids’ Halloween candy in Connecticut

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Razor blades, gummies that were cannabis found in kids’ Halloween candy in Connecticut

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Always check your kid’s Halloween candy.Police at Connecticut were busy during a crazy night of trick-or-treating on Thursday, after at least two children moved home with razor blades inside their loot bags, while the other set of children had been given THC-infused gummies.The razor blades were reported in Waterbury, Conn., according to the local police division. The blades weren’t embedded at the candy but had been found loose from the children’s bags.Waterbury police say they monitored back the blades into one home, where they made the arrest.Jason A. Racz, 37, was taken into custody after a struggle with police, NBC News reports.

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The suspect claimed that”the razor blades were inadvertently spilled or placed into the candy bowl he had utilized to hand out candies from,” according to a statement from police.Investigators say the suspect did not explain why the blades were handed out along with the candy. Authorities received two individual calls about razor blades around 7 p.m., based on ABC3.Police recovered a box of razor blades in the suspect’s home. They say that a three-year-old who dwelt there also had access to this razors.

Racz has been charged with risk of injury and interfering with a police officer.

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Local police advising parents and practitioners to be cautious of edibles during Halloween

Local police advising parents and practitioners to be cautious of edibles during Halloween
Authorities in the neighbouring town of Waterford, Conn., say two children received sealed bundles of gummy-style candy which were clearly labelled as THC products. The branded bundles said that they were from”Shake & Baked Kitchen.



Police say that they don’t know if the gummies were handed out intentionally or by accident. “We do not feel this is a widespread problem nor do we have information to think it was targeted toward anyone or any group,” they stated in a Facebook post.The state’s marijuana dispensaries aren’t licensed to sell edible candies, police said.Their evaluation is ongoing. “As always, the Waterford Police Department encourages parents to confirm the candy before (children ) eating it,” police said.



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