“I was really hoping this silly clown business wasn’t going to end up in Dunwoody, but apparently that’s not the case,” Espinoza said in a video posted Wednesday night on the city police Facebook page.
Clown sightings in Dunwoody. If you see these people please call 911 immediately and report their location. Thank you (FE)Posted by Dunwoody Police Department on Wednesday, October 5, 2016
“So I want to make myself very clear…”
Clear that anyone who suits up in clown gear to scare people is liable to get hurt.
Clear that they could end up hurting someone else.
Clear that they “most certainly” can get arrested.
“We’d ask you put away your clown outfits and do something a little more productive,” Espinoza said.
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