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posted Nov 4, 2016, 7:08 AM by PHS Warrior Beat

By: Jordan Waters

    Sewing Needles. According to the Sun journal a man in Auburn Maine found a sewing needle in his fun sized snickers bar one of his children received. Jason Levesque told us “outside of urban legends, he'd never thought this had actually happened” Luckily no one actually at the object.

    Crystal meth or speed as it's commonly known, was the focal point of AMC’s hit show Breaking Bad but an 8 year old little girl from Hercules CA, wasn’t one of Gustavo’s mules. She found it in her Halloween candy. Some parents in the area say that they won’t be taking their children to that neighborhood to trick or treat anymore.

    Razor Blades. According to Press of Atlantic City, a blade was found in a tootsie roll in New Jersey. There have been separate incidences like the one in Maiden NC where a blade was found partially stuck in a Twix bar    

    Glass shards. Police received a complaint in Buffalo New York about a piece of glass in a tootsie roll while celebrating Beggar’s night which is the same thing as Trick or Treating. The woman says she found the shard in her children’s candy while checking it for foreign objects.

    Bullets. An Ohio woman and her son got more than they asked for when he opened his box of milk duds that his preschool had passed out earlier that day. Each box contained three .22 caliber bullets. "I opened up the second box; more bullets. I opened up the third box; more bullets. I opened up the fourth box; more bullets. I'm like, 'That's not a coincidence. That's not a mistake," she said. 0

    Nails and Staples. Spokane WA, a woman found several objects in her children’s candy. Her son and his friend had begun eating the candy when his friend bit into a nail. It poked him he said but didn’t cause and major injuries. The woman searched through the candy and not only found more nails but staples and pieces to a watch.

    Wedding rings. Unlike the previous 6 objects this wasn’t done intentionally. ABC News reports that a woman helping her daughter carve a pumpkin, misplaced her rings and put them in a candy jar. 
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