Reports: Nails and Needles Being Found in Children's Halloween Candy
— The Windsor Star (@TheWindsorStar) November 1, 2016
Two families Michigan say that they found candy in their kids’ Halloween bags that contained nails and thumb tacks.
The Fremont Police Department on Tuesday shared images of candy with tacks tucked inside and another impaled by a nail, on its Facebook page.
Apparently a Fremont firefighter took his children trick-or-treating in Coldwater, Michigan, and discovered the compromised candy at home.
Heather Nauert reported on "Fox & Friends" this morning that a New Jersey woman found a sewing needle in her child's Tootsie Roll.
Police are investigating the incidents and warning parents to check their children's Halloween candy.
Another incident has been reported in Ontario, Canada. A woman said she discovered a sewing needle in a miniature Mars chocolate bar handed out to her 2-year-old daughter.
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