Thumbtack Found In Halloween Candy In Michigan
According to a report this morning from WILX, a child that went trick-or-treating last night in Jackson County reportedly found a thumbtack in a tootsie roll. The child went trick-or-treating in the Birdland subdivision off of Lansing Road in Blackman Township. The Blackman-Leoni Township Department of Public Safety issued a warning on their Facebook page saying that residents that went trick-or-treating in that specific area should throw out their Halloween candy. You can click here to find out more on the Blackman-Leoni Township Department of Public Safety Facebook page.
Also, you can see the report from WILX by clicking here.
UPDATE: We also spoke to Anna, a WITL listener in Bath, that says her family found a thumbtack in their trick-or-treat bag after visiting houses in Bath Township near Park Lake last night. Anna told us that they only went trick-or-treating on Ocha Drive and Culver Drive between 7:15pm and 8pm. Keep in mind that this thumbtack was NOT found in the actual candy, it was found in the candy bag. However, it is something to be aware of.
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