NBC RIGHT NOW - NBC Right now went on the hunt Thursday night to talk to some trick-or-treaters around the Tri-Cities to check in on their Halloween.
Middle School students, Natasha and Minas went door to door after trick-or-treating in Columbia Park. "We've been down kind of next to Columbia Park where we have the fourth of July. We got hands full of candy and there was one person, he was screaming and scared us," laughed Natasha.
Kenenwick Resident David Haslam took his two young sons, who were dressed as pirates around his neighborhood. "They're getting a little over amped from the candy right now. So they're tired, but they were pretty excited about it at first," said Haslam.
Sergeant Bob Brockman with the Benton County Sheriff's Office says they didn't experience a lot of crime Halloween evening. "Everybody seems to be well behaved. There are so many more organized events, community events and church events for the trick-or-treaters that it kind of congregates everybody," said Brockman.