The young boy tested positive for the drug after ending up in hospital.
The boy said the only thing he’d put in his mouth was a pair of fake vampire teeth.
The Galion Police Department in Ohio said in a statement they began investigating after a report that the boy had fallen sick on Sunday. They have sent the teeth to a lab for analysis.
The boy’s mother, said she rushed to the hospital after hearing he had a seizure, reported 9 news.
“He was disoriented, he didn’t know who was who and where he was at,” Pence said. “They told me that my son had methamphetamine in his urine.”
And then they asked if the boy had been trick-or-treating.
“You could tell at the hospital that he was real high from whatever he ingested,” she said.
“This is an oddity,” Galion Police Chief Brian Saterfield said. “This is not something that happens all the time.”
No further reports of sick kids had been filed since the town’s trick-or-treating event.
However, parents were right to be cautious at this time of year.
He said: “I think parents should always be concerned, looking at the candy. Look for anything that looks out of place, if the candy bag is open or ripped, throw it away.”
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