The Drug Enforcement Administration in St. Louis is warning law enforcement, first responders, and parents to be aware of marijuana-laced and methamphetamine-laced candy this Halloween. They said the candy can look like traditional candy, but the effects are harmful if a child gets a hold of it. The DEA and law enforcement agencies throughout the country have seen an increase of seizures of drug-laced edibles, including but not limited to chocolates, suckers, and gummies.
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