This Halloween trick was not exactly the treat this little girl was expecting.
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Eleven-year-old Mya Ogg from Sacramento, California was enjoying some Halloween candy on Sunday when she discovered two white pills in her candy.
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Ogg explains that the Tootsie Roll looked like it had been previously opened, so she unwrapped it to find two white, round, unmarked pills.
According to Fox News, before the police attempt to figure out where the pills came from, police will identify what the pills are.
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"I was shocked, I wasn't that much scared, but I was shocked that somebody would do that to endanger a kid's life. And not only me, he could've handed it out to plenty of other kids," Ogg said.
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