Galion Police are investigating reports of laced candy after an illness was reported last night from a boy who went trick-or-treating. Officials posted on the Department's Facebook page they had begun looking into the case and urged parents to check through their children's candy before allowing them to eat it. Parents should carefully examine unwrapped items and non-candy like rings, bracelets, fake teeth or other unsealed packages. According to the report, the child received his candy from the area of Arlington Avenue, Highland Avenue, and Tidd Drive.
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