Note: Next Halloween, Leave the Real Hardware at Home


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This picture . . . yeah, I just dont know what to say about this picture.
  • This picture . . . yeah, I just don't know what to say about this picture.

"What, Officer? No, sir, I didn't think this was a bad idea at all. Why is everyone so upset?"

Via, Avon Patch

Someone in the North Doovys called Avon Police around 6:17 p.m. Monday, during trick-or-treating time in town, that a boy about 14 years old, wearing a dark sweatshirt and jeans, was walking along the road carrying a real scythe.

Police talked with the boy, who took the scythe home.

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