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Amber Alert Issued For Teens Missing After Home Attack - News S...

There are 29 comments on the NBC 4 Washington, DC story from Apr 1, 2008, titled Amber Alert Issued For Teens Missing After Home Attack - News S.... In it, NBC 4 Washington, DC reports that:

State police have issued an Amber Alert for two teenagers taken from a Catonsville home.

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Bmore chick

Baltimore, MD

#21 Apr 3, 2008
For those who have no "hood" friends. Let's make this clear. These Glover Park boys (not neccessarily the teens, but definitely the brother) were involved in some serious drug business. And for those who don't know,drug related kidnappings happen in the Baltimore area more often than most think. According to the streets, they have been ransomed for $1 mill. but who knows if the family really has that to pay for their safe return. And based on some previous incidents, paying ransom does not mean the boys won't be harmed. Regardless of the surrounding circumstances, I pray that those boys return home safely. Hopefully, this will serve as a wake-up call to those who are selling drugs or contemplating that lifestyle. These are the consequences of those types of actions.
Concerned

Sterling, VA

#22 Apr 3, 2008
I haven't heard anything further on this story... any new developments?

“Oh Well”

Since: Feb 08

Washington DC

#23 Apr 3, 2008
Yes these boys brother is a nkow drug dealer recently locked up..and these boys have a long rap sheet.
Isaac Cummings

Alexandria, VA

#24 Apr 3, 2008
The above report indicates that the ages of the individuals are 16 and 17, however, the report by Jim Handley on TV news at 5:00PM indicated 15 and 16. Which is it? If there is a descrepancy here, what other descrepancies in NBC4's reporting are there?
Concerned Friend

Battle Creek, MI

#25 Apr 3, 2008
getto wrote:
come on now! even hard criminals don't go around shacking kids out of their homes for no reasons. i hate to be harsh, but maybe these kids had business with these guys. YOU THINK!!!
I know Sterling Blackwell. He attended my school. He's not the type to get mixed up in this kind of thing. Both he and his brother are very good kids, and we all pray that they will return home safely. You, not knowing Sterling, should be ashamed of yourself for writing what you did in the above quote.
Concerned Friends Mother

Battle Creek, MI

#26 Apr 3, 2008
As a Mom, I know my daughter. Not only is she a very caring person, she is also very smart, as par the extremely high scores on her MSA. I feel it is unfair to judge the boys upon what has been said here. What do you know about these teenagers? Nothing, I'm guessing. People don't know who these boys are by nature, and they are good at heart. This is coming from myself and my daughter.
If for some reason, God forbid, this happened to your family, you wouldn't want people judging your children. All you would want would be for your children, who you brought into this world, not to be taken out of it.
In addition, if the family is viewing this, I want to grant them our prayers. We would like them to know how deeply we feel for them, adn we wish their boys a safe return home, and the family a quick recovery.
confused

Washington, DC

#27 Apr 4, 2008
First, I would like to agree that we shouldn't judge people that we don't know, but when I heard about this story on the radio I was intrigued by it and wanted to learn more. I learned that both the boys had been arrested for multiple charges so obviously they are the sort of people to become involved with trouble. Also, alot of news stations said that their getaway car was a 2004 BMW 645 convertible that belonged to someone in the house, but if that was the case then what did the kidnappers come in? And if you have never seen that type of car, let me tell you that it comfortably seats four people, not eight. It was only till much later that I found out there was also a gray SUV that the kidnappers used.
G L Rockwell

Cockeysville, MD

#28 Apr 4, 2008
does somebody owe some drug money in this case? Why in the world would a bunch of weirdos risk kidnapping charges for drug money? Is it something else? This shows the lack of respect the law gets when a community is too scared or too much into supporting crime. Only by people sticking together and trying to stop such nonsense can inroads be made in what promises to be a massive increase in criminal behaviors as the economy worsens and only drug dealers and other riffraff will posper. Hanging is too good for these types of crimes...waterboarding anyone?
ugh

AOL

#29 Jun 21, 2008
ok now this creeps me out because the "amber alert" is pretty popular and thats my name i know it just might be the same name but im belive in urban legends and so i want to know more and i typed in why do the call it the amber alert and i didnt get a anwser and all people did was argue!!!!!!!!!!but i think i get the idea !! and people stop saying you knew them and you lived a couple houses down from them cause u probaly dont and just put that!!!ugh!!

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