Six Teens Charged With 41 Vehicle Break-In Cases
HARNETT COUNTY, N.C. -- Six teens have been charged in over 40 vehicle break-ins, according to the Harnett County Sheriff's Office.
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#1 Sep 4, 2008
Kids these days have no respect for people or anyones property now a days.I blame the government for this because, the government pretty much tells you how you should raise your kids. I remember when I were young I have been spanked for misbehaving, now all you can do is ground them if they misbehave but that doesn't work, and if you were to lay any hand on them, they would over explode the whole thing and call it an abuse. When I were young, you really didn't hear about teens carrying guns or shooting up schools or threaten to shoot someone, you simply told them you were going to kick there butt and that is pretty much it. I feel that the government needs to concentrate on the world crises and leave the parenting to the parents. I do understand that some people go too far when it comes to disciplining there kids but I truely feel that most of us know what is an abuse and what is not. I also believe that the way things are going by putting so much limitation on parents raising there kids, I truely believe that there will be more crimes/death in the US.
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