It happens every year about this time.
Law-enforcement officials will tell you that Halloween is one of the most active seasons for complaints of vandalism.
Many of the seasonal pranks start innocently enough – decorating a friend’s house with toilet paper, wrapping a friend’s car with plastic wrap or soaping a friend’s car windows. It’s all fun and games among friends.
But those innocent pranks turn serious – and expensive – when they begin damaging property or intimidating innocent people.
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