HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) - Halloween might have been on Oct. 31, but little ghouls and goblins filled the streets in several counties on Nov. 1.
Hundreds of Trick or Treaters came to the Airport Gardens area of Perry County where sheriff's deputies were giving out candy along with finger-printing kits for the kids. They said it was the biggest place they could connect with children outside of school.
"Any chance we can interact with them we are going to take it," said Elmer Fugate, Perry County Sheriff's Deputy.
"These do offer some kind of information about what they can do if a child goes missing or any thing like that and it kind of puts them on record."
He said the parents can fill the kit out and drop it off at the office or they could fill it out for them at no charge.
Deputies said they were out until around 9 p.m. Nov. 1.
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