Razors, Needles and Heroin Found in Children's Halloween Candy

Turns out we were wrong again!!!

Police say there are razors and needles and drugs all up in your kids candy and it's really in there.

The Washington County Sheriff's Office in Hillsboro, Oregon says a local mom came to them claiming there was a small razor blade in her child's candy bar.

“The blade appeared to have possibly been from a pencil sharpener. It is unknown if the wrapper was completely sealed prior to the child opening it.”

In Wisconsin, officers are investigating an incident where needles were found inside Kit Kat bars and weren't visible until the candy was opened and broken in half.

Finally, a West Virginia mom found what was later discovered to be heroin inside her 3-year-old's candy bag.

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