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Oxford Police Department and Oxford Housing Authority Host Haunted House

Oxford police SWAT team prepares for the Haunted House. Photo from Oxford Police Facebook.
Oxford police SWAT team prepares for the Haunted House. Photo from Oxford Police Facebook.

Oxford Police Department will be hosting a haunted house on October 27, 28, and 29 at 6 p.m. to celebrate Halloween.

“As a police department, we feel like we are very visible in the community, and our Haunted House was so successful last year that we wanted to do it again this year. We are actively trying to interact with the citizens of Oxford, and putting on events such as this gives us that opportunity.” Joey East, Chief of Police, says.

The haunted house visitors will be led by guides through various “haunted” scenes. It is $3 a person, with all proceeds benefiting the Oxford Peace Officers Association. For the younger kids, there will be a kiddie area with face painting and temporary tattoos, games, and prizes! The kid activities are geared towards children 8 and under.

“We are grateful to the Oxford Housing Authority for helping us put this event together,” said Alan Ivy, Captain and Community Liaison for the Oxford Police Department. “Their help is instrumental in the success of this event.”

The Haunted House will be open for a few hours each of the three nights.

For more information, follow Oxford Police on Twitter @OxfordPolice and Facebook or call the Oxford Police Department at 662-232-2400.

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