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MSP Offers Tips for Safe Trick-or-Treating

Halloween is tomorrow night and the Michigan State Police want to remind parents and kids to be safe while trick-or-treating. Troopers suggest trick-or-treating as early as possible to avoid walking around at night, making sure kids have a parent with them, and to watch out while walking between parked cars. It’s also important to tick-or-treat in a well lit neighborhood that you know and make sure your child has reflective gear, lighter clothing and a flashlight. The weather forecast Friday is looking a little cold and snowy, and taking precautions can prevent any injuries. And as always, be sure to check your children’s candy to make sure it’s safe to eat. Troopers also say if parents see anything suspicious on Halloween to call their local law enforcement agency.

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