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Reports of clowns haunting more than ten states have people on edge. And, the reports keep coming.
Friday, some schools in Cincinnati, Ohio, closed because a woman reported being attacked by a male dressed as a clown.
So, is the creepy clown epidemic serious or just a sick joke? Police are investigating a host of reports from to , and have made some arrests. Here’s what we know:On Aug. 1, reports of Gags The Green Bay Clown disturbed residents. One woman reported seeing a middle aged white man in clown like facial makeup and red hair standing outside the laundromat. The woman told police the clown stared at her as she walked out, but didn’t speak or follow her.
In another report, children reported clowns were trying to lure them into woods with money. curfew, and not to let their children walk alone at night.
“Obviously, this is the type of claim that we need to take serious whether it’s valid or not,” said Master Deputy Ryan Flood with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office. 4, children reported a clown was trying to lure them into the woods in a Winston Salem neighborhood. According to two kids, the man had on white overalls, white gloves, red shoes with red bushy hair, a white face,
and a red nose. They told police he offered them treats if they would come into the woods. Police said an adult heard the man, but did not see him.
police arrested two people Sept. 14 for calling 911 and allegedly making false claims about clowns trying to lure children into a van. Officials didn’t find any clowns.
Sept. 20, a Facebook page was created (it has since been taken down) fueling fears in . The page said clowns would be driving to local elementary, middle and high schools to abduct children. 21. Earlier that week, police arrested two high school students behind a since deleted Facebook account named ClappyAndslappy DaClown, which released a 5 minute video threatening violence against Troy residents.
Additionally, police are looking for the person(s) responsible for a Facebook page, which has since been deleted, under the name Bingerman Clownferd. 21 in Tchula, Miss., turned out to be true. on Wednesday. The person, who was carrying what looked like a machete, ran away after seeing the patrol vehicle. Callers said they saw three people dressed as clowns hiding in bushes and jumping out to scare people on Sept. 25. All three were reported to be wearing clown masks with orange and blue hair. One report said several people were dressed as clowns in a woodland area. According to Code Section 18.2 422, a person over the age of 16 is prohibited from wearing a mask, hood or other device to cover or conceal the identity of the wearer. A violation of this code section is a Class 6 felony, which is punishable by one to five years of incarceration and a fine of not more than $2,500, according to a release. She said the clowns were staring at her. 1. The clowns were not located.