GREENSBORO, N.C. (WFMY)-- Little Ava is handing out candy today, but on Halloween she'll be the one filling her basket. Her mom Amanda is vigilant about making sure it's safe.
"We always check through it before she gets to it. So we go through first. We make sure that if there's anything she has an allergy to, we remove that and then we go from there," said Amanda.
Greensboro Police say every parent should be checking their child's candy before they eat it. Unwrapped candy is a sign it could have been tampered with.