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October 25, 2016

Four teens charged with evading arrest

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  • Don233 posted at 12:04 am on Tue, Jun 3, 2014.

    Don233 Posts: 970

    The parents should have to pay for the damage.

  • oledad posted at 6:01 am on Tue, Jun 3, 2014.

    oledad Posts: 74

    Yes the parents should bear the punishment. However, this does nothing that rehabilitates the kids. And they are just kids. Inside each troubled child there lies a responsible citizen eager to learn and willing to be a part of society. Rehabilitation probably should have begun with these same parents years ago when they were students. This is a sad event in their family's lives. I pray they all "right their ship" and recover from this.

  • NurseJayne posted at 8:51 am on Tue, Jun 3, 2014.

    NurseJayne Posts: 766

    Sure, you can hold the parents responsible. But, like the kid who killed four while drunk, you provide them the opportunity to throw money at the problem and teach children that money will fix your mistakes, so keep going. Affluenza, I believe they termed it.

  • Jake Buckner posted at 10:00 am on Tue, Jun 3, 2014.

    Jake Buckner Posts: 2240

    Shouldn't they have been charged with vandalism?

  • Jbgood posted at 10:31 am on Tue, Jun 3, 2014.

    Jbgood Posts: 2471

    My thinking here is the owners have to press charges or agree to press charges for that. It's been a while, but I think that is the reason, they got them on what they could for now.

  • Jake Buckner posted at 12:30 pm on Tue, Jun 3, 2014.

    Jake Buckner Posts: 2240

    Okay, makes sense.

  • gecroix posted at 12:47 pm on Tue, Jun 3, 2014.

    gecroix Posts: 6261

    Maybe it's just me, but I don't believe that everybody can be rehabilitated...or that many even want to be...

  • Alvinbr62 posted at 3:01 am on Mon, Jun 9, 2014.

    Alvinbr62 Posts: 538

    You all talk like these kids are harden criminals . I can assure you everybody has made bad choices in their youth .
    If this is something they do all the time and is gang related that is a different story.

  • sverige1 posted at 7:40 am on Mon, Jun 9, 2014.

    sverige1 Posts: 4054

    I'll have to respectfully disagree with Alvinbr62. I think an individual either learns right from wrong in the "big" things. In the "big" thing category is respect of property and knowing that it is wrong to be so bored that you go into somewhere you don't belong and try to graffiti the place.

    We have too much of this wanna-be gansta culture where we all go, "Well, they're making a mistake and will grow up." From where a lot of us are, we learned that you don't do things like cuss in public, take handicap pkg places when we're able-bodied, and you don't graffiti up a place with your friends.

    Then, to run away like little spoiled "escuintles" makes these little thuggy wannabe's even more pitiful. Lots of community service hours, i.e. serving at soup kitchens, doing work for habitat for humanity, etc. will wean away their pangs to want to graffiti.

  • Alvinbr62 posted at 7:08 pm on Mon, Jun 9, 2014.

    Alvinbr62 Posts: 538

    Sverige1 Ithinkyou are too easy