Posted: October 24, 2014
The Denver police department has just put a notice on their Facebook page telling parents to inspect Halloween candy.
Apparently, candy can be sprayed with hash oil, and once it has dried it is difficult to tell the candy has been contaminated.
We know that most parents take their kids to selected houses, or church run events rather than let them run wild in the streets like kids did in the 50s.
The video in the linked article below shows how parents can check the candy.
Since Colorado went to pot, quite literally, the admissions to emergency rooms concerning children has increased.
It is rather sad that adults have been turning into kids so much lately, that the kids are having to become their own parents.
Very few of them are up to the task, and they shouldn’t have to be.
Full article here >>>.