- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 4, 2015

SONOMA, Calif. (AP) - The Sonoma Police Department says it is investigating two separate incidents of children finding a blade and a sewing needle inserted in candy bars after trick-or-treating in the city.

KCBS-TV reports (https://cbsloc.al/1PlciNt ) 12-year-old Ottavio Gravatt and a group of friends were examining their haul at the end of the night when one of the friends discovered the slender metal blade in a Butterfinger candy bar.

Police say the candy was given to the child in the northwest area of Sonoma, and that it appeared to be an isolated incident.

The Sonoma Police Department said Tuesday it was investigating that incident, and another in which a student found a sewing needle in a Snickers bar.

Police do not believe the two incidents were related, because the children were trick-or-treating in separate areas.



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