Jason Racz, of Waterbury, Connecticut, was arrested last night after several worried parents called the Westbury Police and informed them that children leaving the Racz home found loose razor blades mixed in with their candy.
When police stopped by the home and questioned Racz about the razor blades, he reportedly told them the blades accidentally spilled or were put in the bowl he used for trick or treat candy.
When officers informed Racz he was being charged with risk of injury to a minor and reckless endangerment he allegedly resisted arrest and had to be restrained while he was loaded into the police cruiser.
According to a story posted on nbcnewyork.com, Racz was held on $250,000 bond and is due back in court on November 13
Westbury Police are warning anyone who trick-or-treated in the area of 102 Horseshoe Drive in Westbury to carefully check their children's candy.
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