OAK HILL, W.Va. — Further testing of a drug found in a young child’s trick or treat bag in Oak Hill Tuesday night show it wasn’t heroin as originally thought.

Oak Hill Police Department

Rubber glove fingertips and a wrapped substance is what was tested.

Oak Hill Police Chief Mike Whisman said the official report from the State Police Crime Lab said the substance was a derivative of marijuana.

A field test pointed toward heroin but Whisman said the crime lab was able to do more conclusive tests.

It incident happened in the area of Hidden Valley. A mother was checking her 3-year-old daughter’s bag of treats when she noticed the powdery substance wrapped in paper.

Upon discovering the wrapped substance along with fingertips from a rubber glove, the mother called police.

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