Bag of meth found in Wisconsin child's Halloween candy stash

Posted at 11:58 AM, Oct 30, 2017

Wisconsin police said Monday that a Wisconsin child found a bag of methamphetamine among their trick-or-treat candy.

The drugs were found by a mother whose child had been trick-or-treating on the Menominee Indian Reservation, located about an hour outside of Green Bay.

The mother took the bag of yellow powder to Menominee Tribal Police. Photos show the bag was about the size of a quarter.

The substance in the bag later tested positive for methamphetamine.

Police are currently investigating. The child who found the drugs reportedly did not ingest anything harmful.

Menominee Tribal Police have asked parents to pay extra attention for any suspicious objects in their child's candy.