Boy Finds Razor Blade in Halloween Candy (Courtesy: MGN Online) SCOTTDALE, PA The mother of a 12yearold boy says her son found a razor blade in his Halloween candy. Oct 31, 2015 The razor blade in the candy appears to be isolated incident, according to the Columbus Dispatch.
Police warn parents to check their childrens candy. They say to look for anything that doesnt seem right. That can include ripped or loose wrappers, lumps or bulges under wrappers, and candy that isnt in the original box or wrapper. Oct 31, 2015 Hey guys! this is a really messed up story i have found! so hopefully you all enjoy this halloween story Music: Kevin MacLeod ) Lice Claim: Police have documented cases of people randomly distributing poisoned goodies to children on Halloween.
Oct 31, 2013 Scottdale, Pa.police are investigating, but an officer postulated that it was a" manufacturing issue, " since the package of candy did not appear to have been tampered with, according to ABC News.
Food safety and product quality are of paramount importance to Mars. Nov 02, 2017 Trickortreater finds blade in Halloween candy, claims mom The sheriff's office reminds parents to be vigilant and educate their children about inspecting all Halloween candy, the REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio Ohio police are warning families to check trickortreat loot after a child bit into her Halloween candy and found a razor blade.
After the young girl and her friends went trick or treating Thursday night, they decided to swap candy, according to Reynoldsburg Police Lt. Shane Maugers statement to USA Today.