This week's question: Children over the age of 12 face up to six months in jail if they're caught in Chesapeake, Virginia, this Halloween engaging in "the activity commonly known as trick or treat." If Hollywood were to make a police movie about a police task force that busts rogue trick or treaters, what title could it give the film?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Prison Food

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "The Thin Boo Line"
Dave Grossman, Petaluma, California

SECOND PLACE: "Halloween Five-O"
Dan Liska, Seattle

THIRD PLACE: "Subpoena the Teenage Witch"
Caroline Combs, Los Angeles

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"RoloCop"
Amy Pal, Mountain View, California

"NYPD Boo"
John Bregoli, Weymouth, Massachusetts

"It's the Great Takedown, Charlie Brown"
Catherine Pomiecko, Natick, Massachusetts

"Boo Bloods"
Jim Fisk, Highlands Ranch, Colorado

"Too Big to Pail"
Martin A. Winkler, Lawrence, Kansas

"Reese's Precinct"
Haley Johnson, College Station, Texas

"CSI: Candy Seekers Incarcerated"
Jared Edwards, Weatherford, Oklahoma

"Junior Imprison-Mints"
Michael Williamson, Muncie, Indiana

"In the Sweet of the Night"
Barbara James, Bedford, Massachusetts

"Hills Treat Blues"
Drew Fagan, Gualala, California

"Law and Order: Snickers Victims Unit"
Corey French, Carmel, Indiana

"Orange is Your New Costume"
Ron Sartore, Valley Center, California

"No Candy for Young Men"
Sarah Vatterott, St. Louis, Missouri