Ahead of Halloween, Police Warn Parents of Rainbow-Colored Fentanyl ‘Candies’

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With Halloween falling on Oct. 31, many children are looking forward to trick-or-treating. However, with the trafficking of fentanyl on the rise, U.S. law enforcers have reminded parents to stay on high alert to avoid “fentanyl” candies.

A number of cases of fentanyl pills disguised as candies have been recently identified with the Pasadena Police Department in September seizing more than 300,000 fentanyl pills, including brightly-colored “rainbow fentanyl” that looks like candy.

On Oct. 12, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and New York law enforcement officials announced the seizure of 300,000 pills of “rainbow fentanyl” in an apartment.

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