Marijuana Candy for Halloween? Police Warn Parents

California police urge parents to read trick-or-treat candy labels carefully.
3:00 | 10/28/11

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They look like regular cookies crackers and candy but there the last streets you'd want your kids to eat. One of the main ingredients is marijuana and in some cases a lot of it this contains -- -- This is potentially dangerous to each child that it -- is -- -- they have no idea how much TH is contains. We have -- near the potency some of these -- are labeled keep out of reach of children and pets. They list candidacy in the list of ingredients and they do say for medical use only. But you have to read the fine print the LA county sheriff's department says it's not aware of anyone handing -- marijuana -- munchies on Halloween in the past. But they want people volley just to know that TH C continued treats are out there. In many forms including trail mix and drinks that could be served at a party. Some of the concentrated candidates they were doing with does not have an odor to it but when we start getting into the food products it definitely still has an order doesn't smell like straight -- Blood. But it has an odor to it consistent with marijuana that skunk -- with Halloween just around -- quarter. The LA county fire department reminds stricker traders to where fire resistant costumes of possible. And watch out for cars when going door to door -- make sure that you carry a flashlight that you stay visible. -- we have a safety this year reflective material you can also carry glow sticks.

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