What’s in your Halloween candy? Some children got meth, needles and razor blades

Police are asking parents to triple-check their kids’ trick-or-treat candy after drugs, blades and needles were found in several goody bags.

In northeastern Wisconsin, a small packet of methamphetamine was found, according to Menominee Tribal Police.

Police in Minnesota are also investigating reports of nails and needles inside candy packets. One woman’s Facebook post has been shared more than 3,000 times. In her post, the woman holds what appears to be small, thin sewing needles next to a Snickers wrapper.

She said the needles were not visible until the candy was opened.

In Oregon, police are investigating a report of a blade found inside a Twix bar, according to Fox.