Camden county police say this year’s Halloween was a safe Halloween. According to a report from Captain Kelly Luttrell, there was a heavy presence of the Camden County Sheriff’s office on the road which seemed to keep everyone in line with no real issue reported through the evening. One of the things the sheriff’s office wanted to make sure during the Halloween evening was that all registered sex offenders where keep up with their court issued rules to have no solicitation signs at their home and Luttrell says that was what they started with
Luttrell says even though they only checked 40 of the 100 in the county, they don’t just check during Halloween
Luttrell says overall he feels this was another safe Halloween in Camden County and the sheriff’s office will continue to make sure that stays this way throughout the following Halloweens to come. Some of the 100 sex offenders did verify to the Sheriff’s office that the addresses listed were correct and that they did have a sign on display. If you know of any registered sex offenders in Camden County that you do not see a “No solicitation” sign on their house, please let the Sheriff’s office know.