K9 Ace has his pumpkin all ready to go! Photo from Tukwila PD Facebook.

K9 Ace has his pumpkin all ready to go! Photo from Tukwila PD Facebook.

Tukwila PD share Halloween safety tips

Follow these tips to stay safe this Halloween.

  • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 12:29pm
  • Life

The following is a Facebook post from the Tukwila Police Department.

Here are some safety tips for your kids and pets. Also motorists…SLOW DOWN!! Do NOT speed through our neighborhoods regardless.

However, this is especially important tonight when we have so much extra foot traffic in residential areas after dark.

If you are hitting any Halloween parties and having some witches brew, Halloween spirits, booze etc. do NOT drive home.

Be respectful of residents regardless of where you are trick-or-treating this year. If house or porch lights are off or there are signs on the door indicating a request for privacy, skip that residence.

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