ALERT! Sick New Halloween Treat Will KILL YOUR KIDS… If You See This- CALL THE POLICE IMMEDIATELY

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Can you imagine finding a bag of meth in your child’s Halloween trick or treat candy? 

Well, that’s exactly what happened to one parent in Keshena, Wisconsin this morning.

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Menominee Tribal Police reported a small package of meth was found with a child’s Halloween candy following a trick-or-treating event in Keshena.

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The parent turned the small packet of crystal powder over to police early Monday and officers say it tested positive for meth. The child did not ingest the powder that was wrapped inside a small Ziploc baggy, Fox News reports.

The incident occurred on Sunday during a Halloween event in the downtown area of the reservation and it is unclear if the meth was dropping in the bag intentionally or by accident.

Menominee Tribal Police are urging parents to dispose of any candy collected during Sunday’s trick-or-treat event, as well as trick-or-treat bags if they have been trick or treating in the Keshena area on the Menominee reservation. They say this appears to be an isolated incident, but are concerned about the danger of a child being exposed to meth, WBAY reported.

“It is a Ziploc bag. Unfortunately Ziploc baggies can open up, we don’t know if there’s more out there. Right now this is an isolated incident, but if there was more out there, if it does get through the Ziploc baggies and kids are touching this candy, that can be very dangerous to them. Even the parents,” Joshua Lawe, a Menominee Tribal Police detective said.

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The Menominee Tribal Conservation Department has set up two sites at which parents can drop off candy and trick-or-treat bags:

Keshena Veterans Park: Monday, 1-5 p.m.; Tuesday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Neopit Fire Station: Monday, 1-5 p.m.; Tuesday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The community has come together offer children a second chance at trick-or-treating.The College of Menominee Nation, local businesses, and the Menominee Tribe are coming together to host a trick-or-treat event on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 5-7 p.m.

Parents are encouraged to bring their children to the College of Menominee Nation campus during those hours. They do not need to be wearing a costume. Everything will be provided.

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If you find anything suspicious in your child’s candy, contact the Menominee Tribal Police Department at 715-799-3881, or your local authorities.

We urge you all to be extremely careful tonight- there are a lot of crazy people out there.

Happy Halloween PATRIOTS!

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