When I was little, I remember my parents searching through my Halloween candy, throwing away anything that wasn’t wrapped or looked odd. For years working in TV news I told parents to check everything even get it x-rayed -- before letting their child dig in. Back then the worries were based on urban legends about creepy people messing with the treats.
If you live in Colorado or Washington State, that boogie man might be real. Now that marijuana is legal in ALL its forms, police are warning parents in those areas that pot-infused candy looks a lot like the real thing.