PRICHARD, Ala. (WKRG) -
The Prichard Police Department seized multiple edible narcotics as well as other drugs after a week-long investigation.
According to Prichard Police, edibles are something where a drug is placed inside a food, like rice krispie treats. Police warn "edibles" are dangerous because children can mistake them for a treat.
Prichard Police said marijuana was found inside of the edibles that narcotics officers tested.
Prichard Police said this is their first time encountering a drug like this. They are aware there are edibles sold in California and Colorado where marijuana is legal.
Police say they have arrested four people in connection to the drugs they seized.
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