Four teens arrested for mailbox bombings

Four teens arrested for mailbox bombings

There are 8 comments on the WHEC-TV Rochester story from Sep 30, 2011, titled Four teens arrested for mailbox bombings. In it, WHEC-TV Rochester reports that:

Police arrested 18-year-old Breanna Edwards and 19-year-old Zachary Blain, both of Honeoye, 18-year-old Kyle Fox of Livonia and 18-year-old Jakob Stevens of Lima for the crimes.

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Since: Sep 11

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#1 Sep 30, 2011
duh
David

Hilton, NY

#2 Oct 1, 2011
Granted these kids made a hell of a bad choice, and I am not saying what they did was right by any means. I know 3 of the 4 and can say that I am good friends with them! the media (a radio talk show) is maligning them waaaaaaaaaay to much! these are good kids who made extremely poor choices and are paying for their mistakes give them a break
anon

Rochester, NY

#3 Oct 2, 2011
Totally agree with David.Bad choices by good kids. How many people played mailbox baseball as kids?
The problem here is the police state we live in where mistakes are treated in the same category as those who rape or beat people up. These kids are facing Class B felony charges. That is wrong.

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#4 Oct 3, 2011
The facts are someone could have gotten hurt.
zdl

United States

#5 Oct 3, 2011
These kids are paying for the bad choice that they made in ways you can't imagine. It was a miracle that someone or one of.them wasn't hurt. These kids are not terrorists and shouldn't have to pay for the rest of their lives. I hope the judge realizes this a makes an appropriate judgment.
Eddie

Rochester, NY

#6 Oct 4, 2011
Class b felony is extreme, but they obviously do need to pay consequences for their actions. I mean, I guess they felt no respect to other peoples property right? They don't need a "break", they do need a lesson but class b felony is extreme. It'll get plead down to much less, assuming none of them have a record...

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#7 Oct 4, 2011
Eddie wrote:
Class b felony is extreme, but they obviously do need to pay consequences for their actions. I mean, I guess they felt no respect to other peoples property right? They don't need a "break", they do need a lesson but class b felony is extreme. It'll get plead down to much less, assuming none of them have a record...
I am sure that if they have no record they will get some sort of "break". I could feel sorry for them if they were closer to 12 and 13 but at 18 and 19 I would think they should have know that what they were doing was dangerous and disrespectful. I can only hope they learn from this and others learn from this and I am very glad that nobody got hurt. Have you seen the movie The Butterfly Effect? Young kids do this same thing in the movie except when the bomb goes off a woman and her baby are checking the mail. Maybe as part of their punishment they should have to speak to other kids about the dangers of playing with bombs/explosives.
interested

United States

#8 Nov 18, 2011
When is hearing?

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