Marijuana-laced candy is a thing, obviously, and it’s clearly not for children.
But Prince Georges County police were forced to warn Maryland parents of the edibles after they seized several boxes of the sweet treats right before Halloween.
According to the Washington Post:
Lt. Bill Alexander said Friday that all of the candy was labeled as having THC and was headed to Laurel from the West Coast and Colorado.
The candy included taffy and chocolate bars, and had about 100 milligrams of THC. It also included warning labels urging consumers not to eat it all in one sitting.
There was no evidence that the edibles were going to be passed out to children, but officials wanted to be safe.
He says police wanted to warn parents to be on the lookout for such products just in case, saying it would be easy to confuse the marijuana treats with…
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