GALION, Ohio – The police in Galion, Ohio, are investigating whether a child had a Halloween candy with methamphetamine. According…
GALION, Ohio –
The police in Galion, Ohio, are investigating whether a child had a Halloween candy with methamphetamine.
According to the police, a 5-year-old boy was treated to consume an illegal substance after trick-or-treating Sunday night.
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“Found that the child had tested positive for methamphetamine in his system,” said Polish boss Brian Saterfield.
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Chief Saterfield says the authorities are not sure if the child was chewing candy but according to the boy’s parents he was playing with a vampire toy that he got when he tricked or treated. A few seconds later, he began to get an attack.
“Since then we have proven the crime lab,” says Chief Saterfield.
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Since the incident, the whole community has been alert.
“I will not take my kids trick-or-treating anymore. I will buy them candy and they will be the end of it, “said parent, the fall of Meuser.” That child could have died. “
” At the end of the day, a 5-year-old was with methamphetamine, but it was taken, not good, “said Chief Saterfield.
The boy is expected to make a complete recovery.
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