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Spokane law enforcement passing out Halloween treats

From staff reports
Kids hoping for an extra Halloween treat can pick one up from local law enforcement. Spokane police officers will be in the River Park Square atrium handing out candy from 4-6:30 p.m, and outside NorthTown Mall from 6-9 p.m on Halloween. At some Sheriff Community Oriented Policing Effort (SCOPE) stations, volunteers will be handing out candy, while others will have citizens on patrol to help keep trick-or-treating kids safe. The following SCOPE stations will be active on Halloween:
  • East (4904 N. Harvard Rd. #3, Otis Orchards) - handing out goodies from 5-9 p.m.
  • Edgecliff (522 S. Thierman Rd.) – handing out candy and other goodies from 5-8 p.m.
  • North – will have two vehicles out conducting COP patrols.
  • Trentwood – will have two vehicles out conducting COP patrols handing out candy during their travels.
  • University (10621 E. 15th) - handing out candy from 5-7 p.m., plus a dog wedding at 6 p.m.
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