Should Rockford Consider Enforcing This Unorthodox Trick-or-Treating Law?
It's an age old question that still comes up this time of year, every year- how old is too old to go trick-or-treating?
Personally, I remember giving it up after 8th grade, and just bought my own candy when I started getting babysitting gigs.
When will you start telling your child that they're too old to go door-to-door with their friends, collecting sweets, treats and eats?
In one Canadian town, they think it should be at the age of 16. According to The Today Show, city officials in the province of New Brunswick will be implementing a new law that will ban teens over the age of 16-years-old from trick-or-treating and it enforces an 8 p.m. curfew.
With a majority of crimes being committed in Rockford are by juveniles, should the Forest City consider enforcing a similar kind of law?