Sheriff Puts 'No Trick-Or-Treat' Signs in Yards of Sex Offenders

A Sheriff in Georgia is not messing around when it comes to Halloween. He put up "No Trick-Or-Treat at This Address" signs in the yards of sex offenders in order to keep children out of harms way.

"I'm not trying to humiliate 'em or anything like that. Let's face reality: We have a greater chance of children getting run over by a car [on Halloween] than being a victim of sexual assault by a repeat offender," says Sheriff Gary Long. "But at the end of the day if, in fact, we had a child that fell victim to a sexual assault, especially by a convicted sex offender, I don't think I could sleep at night."

And don't worry, they're completely legal.

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