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No one caught under Bayville Halloween curfew

A trick-or-treater in Bayville dressed up as the

A trick-or-treater in Bayville dressed up as the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. Photo Credit: T.C. McCarthy

For at least the second year in a row, teens in Bayville were unscathed by the Halloween curfew code.

According to Officer James Imperiale of the Nassau County Police Department, all was quiet in the North Shore village, with no arrests tallied under Bayville’s 15-year-old ordinance, which states teens younger than 19 must by home by 7 p.m. on Oct. 30 and Oct. 31 unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

But it’s more likely that no one has been nabbed under the code for much longer than two years. Longtime Nassau police veteran Det. Lt. Kevin Smith said Friday that the curfew has not resulted in any arrests under the code for as long as he can remember.

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