Public record for Wednesday, Dec. 17,...

Public record for Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008

There are 10 comments on the Evening Sun story from Dec 17, 2008, titled Public record for Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

Jennifer Weaver and Cordon Sullivan, Hanover, a son, Dec. 4, 2008, at Hanover Hospital.

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I dont need more proof

Harrisburg, PA

#1 Dec 17, 2008
[4:13 p.m. A group of disorderly juveniles on bicycles was reported in the first block of High Street.

4:37 p.m. A theft of a Sony stereo faceplate was reported from a vehicle that was left unlocked in the 100 block of Third Street.]

I wonder if these two incidents are related. It is soon time to outlaw kids on bikes, let their parents have to drive them everywhere and keep them out of trouble and keep our community safe. Anyone who defends kids on bikes is in denial that their kid is a trouble maker. I no longer yeild for these kids on bikes when they jump out in front of me, if they get hit, it is just one less thug on the street, and I dare the parents try to sue me.
H-D Rider

Tuscaloosa, AL

#2 Dec 17, 2008
You are a real asshole. First you never leave your vehicle unlocked anywhere around here and second of all why would you think that a bunch of kids on bikes would take a Sony stereo faceplate. You really not to bright. Did they outlaw bikes when you were a kid or weren't they invented yet. Get a life you old buzzard!
Snowflake

Harrisburg, PA

#3 Dec 17, 2008
Gosh, lets take away the bikes, it must have been then...lol Get real and stop assuming things. Not all Kids on bikes steal. Another wonderful public report from our daily paper.
Cool man

Harrisburg, PA

#4 Dec 17, 2008
H-D Rider wrote:
You are a real ****. First you never leave your vehicle unlocked anywhere around here and second of all why would you think that a bunch of kids on bikes would take a Sony stereo faceplate. You really not to bright. Did they outlaw bikes when you were a kid or weren't they invented yet. Get a life you old buzzard!
Well said! And how were a group of kids on bikes being disorderly? If this was a group of the Hanover Cyclers having a water break, would they be disorderly as well? If they were near the neighborhood when a theft took place would THEY be blamed as well? Makes you wonder.....
Whatever

Harrisburg, PA

#5 Dec 17, 2008
I dont need more proof wrote:
[4:13 p.m. A group of disorderly juveniles on bicycles was reported in the first block of High Street.
4:37 p.m. A theft of a Sony stereo faceplate was reported from a vehicle that was left unlocked in the 100 block of Third Street.]
I wonder if these two incidents are related. It is soon time to outlaw kids on bikes, let their parents have to drive them everywhere and keep them out of trouble and keep our community safe. Anyone who defends kids on bikes is in denial that their kid is a trouble maker. I no longer yeild for these kids on bikes when they jump out in front of me, if they get hit, it is just one less thug on the street, and I dare the parents try to sue me.
Richard Noggin

“Where is justice?”

Since: Jun 08

Born in Phila, live in Hanover

#6 Dec 17, 2008
There are a lot of reports having to do with kids. No wonder people have a bad attitude towards kids after reading the public record. I know everytime I see a group of kids on bikes, skateboards or on foot, It makes me wonder if those are the kids I read about in the paper all the time. I take a good look at them incase I have to identify them to police later. If you have kids who are NOT trouble makers, you may want to talk them into ratting the trouble makers out........ they know who they are if they are close in age. When police ask for information concerning an incident with kids, it may be YOUR kid I am describing to them if I happened to see them in the area at that time.
Heather Snyder

East Greenville, PA

#7 Dec 17, 2008
Not all kids on bikes are bad news. All of us rode bikes. There are always going to be troublemakers. Do most parents know where their kids are? Some don't care, as long as they are not under foot. My favorite saying to my kids, "Trust but verify". I check on them.
markymark

Harrisburg, PA

#8 Dec 17, 2008
Heather Snyder wrote:
Not all kids on bikes are bad news. All of us rode bikes. There are always going to be troublemakers. Do most parents know where their kids are? Some don't care, as long as they are not under foot. My favorite saying to my kids, "Trust but verify". I check on them.
Well said
bad guy

Harrisburg, PA

#9 Dec 18, 2008
Not all kids on bikes are bad news. All of us rode bikes. There are always going to be troublemakers. Do most parents know where their kids are? Some don't care, as long as they are not under foot. My favorite saying to my kids, "Trust but verify". I check on them.
sek

Meadville, PA

#10 Dec 19, 2008
Just like guns, its not the bike that does the crime, its the person behind it on riding it.
Theifs dont just ride bikes, they walk too !
should we take away our legs ?

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