LAHOMA, Okla. —Garfield County Sheriff Jerry Niles described a Saturday night event involving Ku Klux Klan robes and a bonfire near Lahoma as a “Halloween prank gone bad.”
The incident occurred at the 200 block of Anthony Drive in Lahoma, according to a preliminary report filed by the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office.
Cary Kent Sharp, 47, of Lahoma is listed as a suspect in the report, which lists the offender as suspected of using alcohol.
Lahoma Police Chief Matt Hankins said Sharp, who is the husband of Lahoma Mayor Theresa Sharp, was not charged.
“It was a prank gone bad,” Mayor Sharp said.
Mayor Sharp clarified she was nowhere near her property during the incident.
"I was out trick-or-treating with my son, and I in no way support the activities that occurred," she said.
Cary Sharp said no harm was meant.
“This is ridiculous, really,” Cary Sharp said. “It was a Halloween night.”