Georgia Sheriff puts out ‘No Trick-Or-Treat' signs in sex offenders' yards

Posted at 6:29 PM, Oct 30, 2018

The Butts County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia is taking an extra step to make keep sex offenders away from children on Halloween this year. 

According to a post on Facebook, the sheriff’s office is hanging up signs that read, “Warning! No Trick-Or-Treat at this address!!” at all homes of registered sex offenders in the county. 

Sex offenders are banned from participating in Halloween activities including hanging decorations. 

“Make sure to avoid houses which are marked with the attached posted signs in front of their residents,” Sheriff Gary Long said in the post.