Denver Police Warn Parents of Pot-Tainted Halloween Candy
It's a uniquely Denver problem to have
Trick or treat? Depends on whom you ask.
Some “edibles” – confections laced with the active compound in marijuana, THC – are nearly identical to their non-“enhanced” counterparts, Denver dispensary owner Patrick Johnson explains in the video.
To that end, Johnson recommends avoiding any off-brand-looking candy, or candy that looks like it’s been tampered with: It’s better to just toss out anything parents don’t recognize.
Which is important: You don’t want your kid to become a poster child for inadvertent overuse of marijuana. Just ask Maureen Dowd.