(Portland, OR) -- Police in Washington County are warning the public after some Halloween candy tested positive for methamphetamine. The Washington County Sheriff's Office says some parents called 9-1-1 after eating some Sour Patch Kids that their children received while trick-or-treating Wednesday night. The parents were taken to a hospital, and the candy tested positive for meth. The parents told police the candy appeared to be properly sealed before they opened it. Police say the family went trick-or-treating in Aloha in the area of Southwest Jay Street.