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Cole County deputies serve dual purpose on Halloween

By Daniel Winn, Anchor/Reporter, daniel.winn@kmiz.com
Published On: Oct 31 2013 11:25:03 PM CDT
Updated On: Nov 01 2013 01:50:38 PM CDT

ABC 17 News rode along with deputies in west Jefferson City as they were making sure offenders were compliant with state law.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -

Thursday night, Cole County deputies Lyle Rosburg and Bruce Weyenberg spent Halloween checking on registered sex offenders.

ABC 17 News rode along with deputies in west Jefferson City as they were making sure offenders were compliant with state law.

On Halloween, offenders are required to avoid all contact with children, remain inside their residence between 5:00- 10:30 p.m, post a sign on their front-door stating, "No candy," and leave all outside lighting off after 5 p.m.

Out of 26 offenders who got a visit, only one was non-compliant.

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