Law Enforcement Determined To Stop Mischief

Law enforcement officials in Calhoun County plan to be out in force this Friday to prevent any “Halloween mischief.”


By JOEL McNEECE
Law enforcement officials in Calhoun County plan to be out in force this Friday to prevent any “Halloween mischief.”
Calhoun City Police Chief Benny Langford said roadblocks will be set up and Calhoun City’s curfew of 1-5 a.m. will be enforced. 
He said all municipal police departments in the county and the sheriff’s department will work hand-in-hand to curtail any wrongdoing.
“We will not tolerate any mischief,” he said.
Bruce Police Chief Stan Evans echoed those sentiments saying the police chiefs in the county got together with the sheriff’s department to make sure they’re all on the same page.
“We’re all working together and determined to keep things safe for the kids,” Chief Evans said. “We’re not going to tolerate any mischief, particularly any kind of egg throwing or other forms of vandalism.”

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