Ten York College students cited in we...

Ten York College students cited in weekend crackdown

There are 60 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Sep 10, 2008, titled Ten York College students cited in weekend crackdown. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Ten York College students were cited with underage drinking, voiding human excretion and other nuisance-related offenses during a police crackdown late Friday night and early Saturday morning in York.

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Ridiculous

Taylor, PA

#41 Sep 11, 2008
Jason wrote:
Sure thing Mr Ridiculous
You proved my point. Get a real job, man.
Will

Marshall, VA

#42 Sep 11, 2008
OK!
MOM

Clairton, PA

#43 Sep 11, 2008
Sky Kling wrote:
Just think this is what will run our country in years to come a bunch of Beer drinking, Pot Smoking,
Coke Sniffing & Pill Pushing A$$ Wholes .This is what most Kids today go to College For It’s Party Time. MY GOD HELP US ALL
Out of curiosity, have you attended college? If you have, you know that it takes some effort to make the grades and earn a degree. Perhaps the paper should publish the resumes of all law breakers so that we can compare the nature of the crimes to level of education.
YCP Student

Reading, PA

#44 Sep 11, 2008
Sky Kling wrote:
Just think this is what will run our country in years to come a bunch of Beer drinking, Pot Smoking,
Coke Sniffing & Pill Pushing A$$ Wholes .This is what most Kids today go to College For It’s Party Time. MY GOD HELP US ALL
Wow, you are very stereotypical, if you ask me. I am a freshman at YCP and I will not, I repeat will not be caught dead at a party. I actually go to school to do well and succeed. So before you judge my generation as a whole, you should get you facts straight. Not all teenagers and young adults act like animals.
sal manella

Rockville, MD

#45 Sep 11, 2008
YCP Student wrote:
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Wow, you are very stereotypical, if you ask me. I am a freshman at YCP and I will not, I repeat will not be caught dead at a party. I actually go to school to do well and succeed. So before you judge my generation as a whole, you should get you facts straight. Not all teenagers and young adults act like animals.
you're right not all teens or young people act this way, but it's that 99% thats giving the other 1% a bad rep!
YCP Student

Reading, PA

#46 Sep 11, 2008
sal manella wrote:
<quoted text>you're right not all teens or young people act this way, but it's that 99% thats giving the other 1% a bad rep!
Yeah, and it's a damn shame that the party animals that have no futures are giving my generation a bad name. But it's that 1% that will be the next president or the next CEO of major corporations.....not the slackers. I think that some people need to keep that in mind when judging us.
yorkcityresident

United States

#47 Sep 12, 2008
A Teacher wrote:
I'm appalled at all the dimwits implying that it is wrong to persecute and publish the names of underage drinkers at YCP.
Alcohol poisoning, alcohol assisted date rape, and death from over-intoxication/asphyxiation are real problems on college campuses.
Only proven strategies that reduce underage drinking (not eliminate, but reduce) is to enforce the rules and publish the names so Mom and Dad see what their brand new adult is doing.
Than the kids who are only weekend drinkers are more likely to at least stay in instead of risking getting a fine and having to have Mom and Dad know what they were up to.
Yeah...about that. The truth is most of these kids arent even from York or even PA. May of the students are from out of state. SO the chances of their parents actually seeing the paper is slim. People from NY, NJ, MD dont get the YDR. DUH!
A Teacher

Biglerville, PA

#48 Sep 13, 2008
YCP Student wrote:
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Yeah, and it's a damn shame that the party animals that have no futures are giving my generation a bad name. But it's that 1% that will be the next president or the next CEO of major corporations.....not the slackers. I think that some people need to keep that in mind when judging us.
Have you ever heard of George W. Bush?
A Teacher

Biglerville, PA

#49 Sep 13, 2008
yorkcityresident wrote:
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Yeah...about that. The truth is most of these kids arent even from York or even PA. May of the students are from out of state. SO the chances of their parents actually seeing the paper is slim. People from NY, NJ, MD dont get the YDR. DUH!
umm, most YCP students are from PA. The majority are from the surrounding 8 counties.

How could you be reading and responding to this article online and yet think that articles printed in our local paper not spread to NY, NJ, and MD. Do you really not know how newswires and the internet work?
YCP Student

York, PA

#50 Sep 14, 2008
YCP Student wrote:
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Yeah, and it's a damn shame that the party animals that have no futures are giving my generation a bad name. But it's that 1% that will be the next president or the next CEO of major corporations.....not the slackers. I think that some people need to keep that in mind when judging us.
Wow way to be a total hypocrite Mr. Anti-Stereotype. Saying that because a kid like to party on weekends has no future is just as bad as saying that all kids party. Who's to say these kids don't get good grades, in fact most of the people i know who party average above a 3.0
YCP Student

Reading, PA

#51 Sep 15, 2008
Wow, thanks for using the same name...anyway...if your going to call names...it would be MISS Anti-Stereotypical. Good for the kids who party that get a 3.0, maybe if they partied less they could be getting a 3.5 or 4.0....anyways...anyone I know that parties a lot does not do well in school. Obviously you must be one of these people because you are sticking up for them. If most of these people were 21...they can do what they want, but they are mostly freshmen who are away from their parents for the first time and they think it's one big party. I can't wait until they get a reality check. Now, this may not be the case, but this is just my opinion...
Concerned Citizen

Philadelphia, PA

#52 Sep 15, 2008
I have a question for anyone that may know. If a person under 21 comes back to the dorm and then requires medical treatment, is there any retribution (fine, discipline of any kind?) or are they just told to sleep it off and hope they learned their lesson?

I would think the local authorities should be notified and the individual cited for underage drinking. If this happened, maybe Jackson St. would not be such a pig pen full of sloppy drunks every weekend.
A Teacher

Biglerville, PA

#53 Sep 16, 2008
Concerned Citizen wrote:
I have a question for anyone that may know. If a person under 21 comes back to the dorm and then requires medical treatment, is there any retribution (fine, discipline of any kind?) or are they just told to sleep it off and hope they learned their lesson?
I don't think even the police will charge a minor for being drunk unless they actually have the alcohol in the same room with them.
Counting on You

Pottstown, PA

#54 Sep 16, 2008
Graduating from college in 1961, with my son graduating college in 1992, this behaviour, although abberant, has been going on since the establishment of colleges. Many of these students are away from home for the first time in their lives. Experiencing new ventures, puke bouts, hangovers, missed classes. I witnessed cliques of kids who I thought would not graduate from college, let alone become useful members of society. Today, after discovering their mistakes, they are outstanding family oriented, hard working, great Americans. If you haven't been there, what do you know, other than what others tell you. Not proud of some of the behaviour, but some will fall by the wayside, they would have with or without the drink. Be careful kids, know when to draw the line. And when you are caught, suffer the consequences and improve through your mistakes. Good luck!
kev

York, PA

#55 Mar 17, 2013
Why is everyone worried about the college students. They make the area way better off. I feel safer around the college kids than the thugs that are just a few blocks down. There are dozens of robberies,thefts at gun point, and burglaries every year. You would think the police would make an effort to prevent those crimes. Too bad the police officers are less educated than the students that. It seems they are willing to give just about anybody a gun and badge that has a high school diploma or GED.
Homey Da Badge

York, PA

#56 Mar 18, 2013
kev wrote:
Why is everyone worried about the college students. They make the area way better off. I feel safer around the college kids than the thugs that are just a few blocks down. There are dozens of robberies,thefts at gun point, and burglaries every year. You would think the police would make an effort to prevent those crimes. Too bad the police officers are less educated than the students that. It seems they are willing to give just about anybody a gun and badge that has a high school diploma or GED.
Umm, proofread your post.
lady

Lancaster, PA

#57 Mar 21, 2013
Big F_cking DEAL!
SO SOME RICH KIDS GOT BUSTED.
MY HUSBAND GOT A HOMEOWNERS POLICY FOR A HOME HE DOEST OWN, MADE A FRAUD. CLAIM FOR OVER $30,000.00
HE AND HIS FAMILY HAVE BEEN COMMITING FRAUD AND GETTING AWAY WITH IT FOR YEARS.

lady

Lancaster, PA

#58 Mar 21, 2013
the news even law-enforcement refuses to report on that.

However, they will report on college kids cause they have money or there parents do, to keep the system full of paying criminals. Conartists and people who commit fraud if your like the Curry family you can use you catering buisness to commit fraud too, have no money or they wouldn't be scamming in the first place. So it's not bennificial for the prosecuers to go after low life scumbags that's why you hear of dead beat parents owing thousands of dollars in arrears. The Courts though can make a profit off the scared little rich college kids who can pay to make there problems go away. No public DEFENDERS for these kids.
Yeah law-enforcement
read me

Lancaster, PA

#59 Mar 22, 2013
Just start committing insurance fraud.
Thanks to the "GOOD FAITH" clause that our government has that's how you get away with it.
Unless law-enforcement is made aware they have no way of knowing otherwise and it's all assumed and processesed as true. Especially welfare, My husband William Curry collected unemployment and welfare all while working as a certified public food saftey personell. That's public record and that's why there are fraud hotlines if law-enfocement knew they wouldn't ask the public to report it.

GO BUST ALL THE CROOKED INSURANCE COMPANYS AND ADJUSATERS THAT CONSPIRE TO COMMIT FRAUD WHEN THEY GIVE OUT BOGUS POLICYS TO THERE FRIENDS THEN TAKE A CUT OF THAT PAY.
Probably costs too much though for the county it's easier to target the rich kids and let there parents pay the bill.
lady

Lancaster, PA

#60 Mar 22, 2013
BY the way my husband is still free and frauding

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