Halloween drugs that look like candy

Here's how to avoid druglaced candy on Halloween. By Look for telltale signs that a candy is laced with marijuana. The packaging may look like a commercial brand candy but might have green Look for telltale signs that a candy is laced with marijuana. The packaging may look like a commercial brand candy but might have green packaging, a marijuana leaf emblem or the word medicinal Stories of drugs in Halloween candy seem to have been around for as long as we can remember, but actual cases of Halloween poisoning are much fewer and farther between than the stories would suggest.

One dangerous drug looks so much like candy, it has law enforcement around the state on high alert. Bath salts are synthetic drugs and this Halloween, the're being mixed with a variety of candies Oct 21, 2015 Police alert parents to new street drug tablets that look a lot like candy of the drugs' various designs on their Facebook pagewith the message, " If your kids get these for Halloween candy, Claim: Parents should keep any eye out for druglaced Gummy bears and ecstasy (MDMA) disguised as Halloween candy being distributed to trickortreaters.

CBS4 Wants To Send You To Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror MiamiDade Police said the drugs are now being produced to look like childrens candy. Cops say the new drugs are Albany Police warned residents on Friday about drugs that look like candy. A picture shows druglaced candy in the shapes of skeletons, dominoes and other Halloween shapes. The commander of the A viral Halloween warning cautions parents to look out for candyshaped drugs while trickortreating, but it's actually just an urban legend.

Take a look at some of the more common medications and you might be surprised at how many of them look like candy. We found several drugs and their lookalike candies that parents need to be aware of. Facebook is abuzz with warnings about drugs disguised as candy, but how real is the threat?

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