At what age do you stop trick or treating?
Whiteville, North Carolina has an ordinance that states children over the age of 12 are not allowed to trick-or-treat, or else they could potentially be charged with a misdemeanor and could face a fine or jail time. In addition to that, the ordinance also states that trick-or-treating must be done before 8:30 pm.
Not anymore, though! City leaders have officially changed the law.
After a debate at a Whiteville city council meeting Tuesday night, it was decided that children 16 and under can participate and they advise parents to always supervise.
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SOURCE: WECT News