Halloween fun with deputies


A couple of weeks ahead of your child’s favorite holiday the Morrow County Sheriff’s office held a giant Halloween party. No tricks here, said sheriff John Hinton, just lots of fun for adults and kids at the free event. It gave little ones an opportunity to dress up and get used to seeing other children in costumes and showed them it was more fun than frightening. Music played while children paraded around in their costumes causing many little ones to show off some unusual dance moves. Hot dogs, chips, candy and some special witches brew were served. Everyone wanted to get into the fun with the children, James Coulter, the K9 handler, dressed up as Batman with his dog dressed as faithful sidekick Robin.

A couple of weeks ahead of your child’s favorite holiday the Morrow County Sheriff’s office held a giant Halloween party. No tricks here, said sheriff John Hinton, just lots of fun for adults and kids at the free event. It gave little ones an opportunity to dress up and get used to seeing other children in costumes and showed them it was more fun than frightening. Music played while children paraded around in their costumes causing many little ones to show off some unusual dance moves. Hot dogs, chips, candy and some special witches brew were served. Everyone wanted to get into the fun with the children, James Coulter, the K9 handler, dressed up as Batman with his dog dressed as faithful sidekick Robin.


Courtesy Photo | Brenda Harden

A couple of weeks ahead of your child’s favorite holiday the Morrow County Sheriff’s office held a giant Halloween party. No tricks here, said sheriff John Hinton, just lots of fun for adults and kids at the free event. It gave little ones an opportunity to dress up and get used to seeing other children in costumes and showed them it was more fun than frightening. Music played while children paraded around in their costumes causing many little ones to show off some unusual dance moves. Hot dogs, chips, candy and some special witches brew were served. Everyone wanted to get into the fun with the children, James Coulter, the K9 handler, dressed up as Batman with his dog dressed as faithful sidekick Robin.

A couple of weeks ahead of your child’s favorite holiday the Morrow County Sheriff’s office held a giant Halloween party. No tricks here, said sheriff John Hinton, just lots of fun for adults and kids at the free event. It gave little ones an opportunity to dress up and get used to seeing other children in costumes and showed them it was more fun than frightening. Music played while children paraded around in their costumes causing many little ones to show off some unusual dance moves. Hot dogs, chips, candy and some special witches brew were served. Everyone wanted to get into the fun with the children, James Coulter, the K9 handler, dressed up as Batman with his dog dressed as faithful sidekick Robin.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2018/10/web1_20181023_101752.jpgA couple of weeks ahead of your child’s favorite holiday the Morrow County Sheriff’s office held a giant Halloween party. No tricks here, said sheriff John Hinton, just lots of fun for adults and kids at the free event. It gave little ones an opportunity to dress up and get used to seeing other children in costumes and showed them it was more fun than frightening. Music played while children paraded around in their costumes causing many little ones to show off some unusual dance moves. Hot dogs, chips, candy and some special witches brew were served. Everyone wanted to get into the fun with the children, James Coulter, the K9 handler, dressed up as Batman with his dog dressed as faithful sidekick Robin. Courtesy Photo | Brenda Harden