LUBBOCK, TX (CNN) - Levelland, TX police are waiting on lab tests to confirm whether Halloween candy given to a 4-year-old was laced with drugs.
This investigation is somewhat of a Halloween nightmare for police, who are working to figure out how methamphetamines made it into the body of Jaime Chavez.
His mother rushed him to the hospital Friday when the boy was non-responsive and "out of it."
"The test came back to show he had meth in his system," said Levelland Police Chief Toney Cowan.
Police learned from Jaime's mother that the meth could have come from candy his older sister got during a school Halloween festival.
"We notified the school district the possibility some of the candy had meth in it," said Cowan. The school district has asked parents to bring back all the candy they received at the festival.
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