Candy or weed?  They give candy with marijuana to children on Halloween and arrest them |  Photos

After the children went out during the night of HalloweenCanadian police arrested a couple who gave minors sweets with marijuana

The authorities indicated that they received various calls from parents who found candies with cannabis in their children’s candy bags.

Through a press release, the Winnipeg Police reported that children between the ages of 6 and 16 received sweet nerds mixed with the psychoactive of marijuana THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in the South Tuxedo neighborhood.

The authorities detailed that the marijuana-infused candy was packaged along with chocolate bars inside individual sandwich bags.

winnipeg police identified the suspicious house where they seized candy with marijuana and arrested a 53-year-old woman and a 63-year-old man.

Photo: Twitter (@wpgpolice)

The couple faces charges of causing bodily harm, administration of a noxious substance with intent to endanger lifeillegal distribution of cannabis and distribution of cannabis to minors.

And while the investigation is ongoing, the alleged perpetrators were released under a promise to appear as provided by the Penal Code.

Photo: Twitter (@wpgpolice)

cannabis edibles can be bought legally to authorized dealers in Canada. However, its recreational use is exclusively for adults and distributing it to minors is a crime.

(With information from Christian Granados)

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