Ohio boy tests positive for meth after trick-or-treating
Galion, OHIO (FOX 13) - A little boy tested positive for methamphetamine after going trick-or-treating in his Ohio neighborhood, police say.
The child was playing with fake teeth he received when his father said the boy starting "having a seizure of some sort," according to WBNS.
The little boy was rushed to the hospital where he tested positive for meth, and a nurse called police.
"An investigation has been started regarding a little boy getting sick tonight after Trick or Treat," Galion Police posted on Facebook. "The little boy is being treated and is expected to make a full recovery."
The boy's candy was collected by police and sent to a crime lab for testing, the Mansfield News Journal reported.
Trick-or-treating was held in the town of Galion on Sunday from 2 p.m.- 4 p.m. The 911 call came in about an hour after the trick-or-treating ended.