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Meth found in child’s Halloween candy on reservation

  • According to tribal police on the Menominee Indian Reservation in Keshena, Wisconsin, a kid had a suspicious package in his candy on Monday
  • Local authorities tested the bag – yellow Ziploc-styled – and the crystalline powder inside tested positive for methamphetamine 
  • They are asking that ready-to-be disposed candy be taken to designated drop-off locations provided
  • An alternative Halloween night event has been scheduled 

Children on the Menominee Indian Reservation in Keshena, Wisconsin got a little more than they could chew when meth was found in some Halloween candy. 

According to tribal police, a complaint was received on Monday that a kid had a suspicious package in his candy. 

Local authorities tested the bag – yellow Ziploc-styled – and the crystalline powder inside tested positive for methamphetamine. 

According to tribal police on the Menominee Indian Reservation in Keshena, Wisconsin, a kid had a suspicious package in his candy on Monday

Local authorities tested the bag - yellow Ziploc-styled - and the crystalline powder inside tested positive for methamphetamine 

Local authorities tested the bag – yellow Ziploc-styled – and the crystalline powder inside tested positive for methamphetamine 

Police have sent out a warning asking parents to check their children’s candy and to alert them if anything is found.

They are also asking that ready-to-be disposed candy be taken to designated drop-off locations provided. 

An alternative Halloween night event has been scheduled on the reservation

An alternative Halloween night event has been scheduled on the reservation

‘We’re encouraging everyone to dispose of it,’ Menominee Tribal Police Chief Mark Waukau Sr said to WITI.

‘We’re a close knit community, we look out for each other.’

An alternative Halloween night event has been scheduled. 

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