Code Orange Kids Robbed of $10,000 Worth of Assets in New Orleans

by | Dec 4, 2012

Code Orange Kids were robbed in New Orleans Monday night of over $10,000 worth of assets.

All of the band’s cash made from their current tour, computers, and most personal belongings were taken.

The group has set up a PayPal account (codeorangekids@yahoo.com) for those interested in donating.

The band stated, “We aren’t going home obviously, so see you at these next few weeks of shows.”

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