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The Me Know Body Knows

Monee, IL

#1 Aug 16, 2013
The other day a friend of mine was walking close to McDonalds in Midlothian when young black (can I use that word) started throwing rocks at him. He called the police and the police told them to MOVE ON! So I guess move on to the next violent act you can do and just keep moving. Sad Shame on you Midlothian Police!
heard that

Midlothian, IL

#2 Aug 16, 2013
The Me Know Body Knows wrote:
The other day a friend of mine was walking close to McDonalds in Midlothian when young black (can I use that word) started throwing rocks at him. He called the police and the police told them to MOVE ON! So I guess move on to the next violent act you can do and just keep moving. Sad Shame on you Midlothian Police!
Yup can't mess with the black people. They think they can do what they want.
Aunt Jemima

Midlothian, IL

#3 Aug 16, 2013
How dare you use the word black.

Thats racist.
trumbull

Midlothian, IL

#4 Aug 16, 2013
It was me who was walking by McDonald's and the cops didn't even ask for Id's. Just told them to leave the ball fields. Thank you The Me Nobody Knows.
Wait

Midlothian, IL

#5 Aug 16, 2013
trumbull wrote:
It was me who was walking by McDonald's and the cops didn't even ask for Id's. Just told them to leave the ball fields. Thank you The Me Nobody Knows.
just wait when they start driving and don't stop long enough at a top sign they'll be all over them like white on rice.
OOPS I DID IT AGAIN

Monee, IL

#6 Aug 16, 2013
lol at Aunt Jemima of course we can't call you anythiing!
OOPS I DID IT AGAIN

Monee, IL

#7 Aug 16, 2013
Well, it's things like this that should make people stand up for what they believe in. We don't that is the problem. Midlothian police are afraid? Don't give a rats ass? All of the above would be my answer. And they wonder why things are going down hill in that town?
midlo resident

Orland Park, IL

#8 Aug 16, 2013
A kid was throwing rocks, so you called the police?? Really? Glad the kid was outside playing, instead of inside playing video games. I'm glad they didn't waste their time in that!!!
trumbull

Ashburn, VA

#9 Aug 16, 2013
midlo resident wrote:
A kid was throwing rocks, so you called the police?? Really? Glad the kid was outside playing, instead of inside playing video games. I'm glad they didn't waste their time in that!!!
he was throwing rocks at me, I guess the next I'll just take the Law into my own hands.
Talk

Midlothian, IL

#10 Aug 16, 2013
midlo resident wrote:
A kid was throwing rocks, so you called the police?? Really? Glad the kid was outside playing, instead of inside playing video games. I'm glad they didn't waste their time in that!!!
This day and age you have to call police you cant approach kids like in the old days and ask them what the heck were they thinking you'll go to jail.They should be spoken to maybe learn a little bit about right and wrong.Now days the police can do it but you can't.
midlo resident

United States

#11 Aug 16, 2013
trumbull wrote:
<quoted text>he was throwing rocks at me, I guess the next I'll just take the Law into my own hands.
Or walk away from a KID...
midlo resident

United States

#12 Aug 16, 2013
Talk wrote:
<quoted text>This day and age you have to call police you cant approach kids like in the old days and ask them what the heck were they thinking you'll go to jail.They should be spoken to maybe learn a little bit about right and wrong.Now days the police can do it but you can't.
I guess I don't understand why any adult would approach a child, that is not their own. Obviously their parents are not doing a good job of raising them, but it is not another adults place to correct that. It is also not something worth calling the police over.
Wrong

Oak Forest, IL

#13 Aug 16, 2013
It absolutely is something to call the police about. The police should have at least created a contact card on this kid. What if it was another kid they were throwing rocks at? What if that kid or this adult for that matter lost an eye because of this? What if they decide to throw rocks at vehicles driving and it causes a crash where someone loses their life? Guess that doesn't matter.
midlo resident wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess I don't understand why any adult would approach a child, that is not their own. Obviously their parents are not doing a good job of raising them, but it is not another adults place to correct that. It is also not something worth calling the police over.
trumbull

Midlothian, IL

#14 Aug 16, 2013
16 or 17 aint no kid
trumbull

Midlothian, IL

#15 Aug 16, 2013
I shouldn't have to keep looking over my shoulder if I want to take a walk
Rukidding

Midlothian, IL

#16 Aug 16, 2013
midlo resident wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess I don't understand why any adult would approach a child, that is not their own. Obviously their parents are not doing a good job of raising them, but it is not another adults place to correct that. It is also not something worth calling the police over.
You're an idiot we shouldn't have to walk away from someone throwing rocks at us unless they're 5 years old but it appears they were young teens.They sure of hell should of been approached its unexceptable behavior they should be reprimanded.the police ARE the only ones besides parents who could address this situation.
trumbull

Ashburn, VA

#17 Aug 16, 2013
midlo resident wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess I don't understand why any adult would approach a child, that is not their own. Obviously their parents are not doing a good job of raising them, but it is not another adults place to correct that. It is also not something worth calling the police over.
so doing nothing is your answer.
trumbull

Ashburn, VA

#18 Aug 16, 2013
OOPS I DID IT AGAIN wrote:
Well, it's things like this that should make people stand up for what they believe in. We don't that is the problem. Midlothian police are afraid? Don't give a rats ass? All of the above would be my answer. And they wonder why things are going down hill in that town?
totally agree.
The Emperor

Frankfort, IL

#19 Aug 17, 2013
trumbull wrote:
<quoted text>he was throwing rocks at me, I guess the next I'll just take the Law into my own hands.
Stand up for yourself kid and stop calling the police for nonsense.
midlo resident

United States

#20 Aug 17, 2013
trumbull wrote:
16 or 17 aint no kid
The original post said nothing of the age. Yes, a 17 year old kid should have repercussions, for doing something like that.

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