NEW YORK (AP) — For pranksters in parts of New York City, eggs and shaving cream may be hard to come by on Halloween.
Police on Staten Island are urging local stores to refrain from selling eggs and shaving cream to minors.
And the New York Police Department has issued a warning to those considering egging a home or toilet-papering a residence Monday that police are promising a “no tolerance policy.”
The Staten Island Advance reports (http://bit.ly/2ei2Ig4 ) that residents also have been asked to notify authorities if they’re concerned about misbehavior or criminal activity.
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Information from: Staten Island Advance, http://www.silive.com