A 23-year-old man from Oldham has pleaded guilty to giving children bags of cocaine on Halloween instead of sweets.
Donald Junior Green was found out because the dad of one of the children he gave the drug to was a serving police officer.
Green says he had bags of sweets in his pockets, alongside bags of cocaine. He told police he gave out the wrong bags and then went driving round the neighbourhood in Royton trying to find the children.
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