Waterbury Police Make Arrest After Razor Blades Found in Candy Bags – NBC Connecticut

One person is in custody after reports of razor blades found in kids’ candy baskets and bags in Waterbury Thursday.

Waterbury police arrested a 37-year-old man after at least two children found razor blades in their candy bags on Halloween Thursday night.

Officers responded to a home at 102 Horseshoe Drive after they received several reports about the razor blades, which were loose in the baskets and bags. The razors were not found in candy, police said.

Investigators determined the blades came from the same home on Horseshoe Drive.

The officers interviewed Jason Racz, who told them the razor blades accidentally spilled or were put into the bowl he used to hand out candy to trick-or-treaters, according to police.

Source: Waterbury Police Make Arrest After Razor Blades Found in Candy Bags – NBC Connecticut

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