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Ohio police seize THC-infused chips packaged like normal treats

A vendor makes change for a marijuana customer at a cannabis marketplace in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

By Karin Johnson


The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office and Community Overdose Action Team (COAT) are warning the public of THC-infused edibles being packaged to resemble common snacks found at places such as gas stations and convenience stores. THC is the psychoactive compound of cannabis.

Dayton police recently confiscated bags of edibles made to look like Ruffles and Fritos from an undisclosed location.

The THC labeling on the bags is small and subtle.

“So, we were concerned. A big concern was that children will see this as an actual snack product and then ingest the product,” said Montgomery County Coroner, Kent Harshbarger.

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