Used commonly in Upstate New York and Great Lakes states
1) To check out what's going on by driving or walking around, usually when you go out with friends with no specific plans or destination in mind.
2) Conducting informal reconnaissance on a location or event to assess whether it is worth the time, effort and/or money to get involved. Recon may involved simply driving by, or by one member of your party scouting a location in advance.
person A: "What's going on tonight?"
person B: "No idea, let's just creep downtown."
A: "What are you guys up to?"
B: "Nothing, just creeping."
A:"I hope that party tonight isn't a sausage party."
B: "Let's creep it and find out."
A: "I crept the Old Stank Bar, and I saw your pscyho ex there."
B: "Alright, I'll steer clear, thank God for creepin'"
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