Two Vallejo boys arrested for robbing...

Two Vallejo boys arrested for robbing schoolmate

There are 12 comments on the Vallejo Times-Herald story from Nov 18, 2012, titled Two Vallejo boys arrested for robbing schoolmate. In it, Vallejo Times-Herald reports that:

The teenager told police she was walking at Monterey and Alabama streets when the two boys came up behind her.

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Wanglow

Palo Alto, CA

#3 Nov 19, 2012
We ALL know who and what is behind this. A good thug is a dead thug.
GEE

San Leandro, CA

#4 Nov 19, 2012
Parents, spend the few $$'s and have your youngsters, male or female, attend self defense classes.

These two futur perps should be nutless for the holidays and beyond. Know what I am saying?
uts

Vallejo, CA

#5 Nov 19, 2012
GEE wrote:
Parents, spend the few $$'s and have your youngsters, male or female, attend self defense classes.
These two futur perps should be nutless for the holidays and beyond. Know what I am saying?
my sons in his third year on his way toward his black belt. 180.00 a month with at least five more years ahead. What they teach goes way beyond fighting. These Kids work there butts off and build the type of character that will help to shape there lives. I also teach my son firearms instruction and safety. Its a mean mean world we live in. Honor roll to boot. SO PROUD OF HIM!

Not all martial arts are that expensive. We practice Kajukembo, very practicle form of street fighting. Worth every penny.
GEE

San Leandro, CA

#6 Nov 19, 2012
uts wrote:
<quoted text>my sons in his third year on his way toward his black belt. 180.00 a month with at least five more years ahead. What they teach goes way beyond fighting. These Kids work there butts off and build the type of character that will help to shape there lives. I also teach my son firearms instruction and safety. Its a mean mean world we live in. Honor roll to boot. SO PROUD OF HIM!
Not all martial arts are that expensive. We practice Kajukembo, very practicle form of street fighting. Worth every penny.
I believe you are making a very wise investment.
Not only will you be assured through your intense involvement that your child will not learn from the streets, a powerful teacher btw, but also you are secure in the knowledge that you helped shape the mind of a respectful and discipline young person! Thumbs up to you!

Although there are things I would do differently were do-overs allowed in being a parent and despite some (small) challenges we encountered along the way, it gives me great pleasure and pride to have seen my son grow up into a productive, law abiding adult.
There is nothing more satisfying than to be able to say:

"This is my child (son/daughter), I helped him/her to achieve and realize his/her potential. I am the parent who made sacrifices and I did my best, I am proud of my child.

...and believe it, they will always be just that no matter how old they are!
uts

Vallejo, CA

#7 Nov 19, 2012
Thanks. Sometimes we need to hear that. Ya know some folks would say the wise thing to do would be to move away. But you can't run from a society that is crumbling. My son was.born here, so was I and my father. My granddad was raised here and met my grandmother here. Her family had been here since the 1860's. We know our way around this town unfortunately

Happy holidays.
Hooter

San Rafael, CA

#8 Nov 19, 2012
The Mayor is going to fix this crap!
GEE

San Leandro, CA

#9 Nov 19, 2012
@uts
Happy Holidays to you and yours!

I have heard it said by multi generational Vallejoans that this city has gone through periods like this before and always has dusted itself off and carried on.

What is the solution this time around?
uts

Concord, CA

#10 Nov 19, 2012
The shipyard was the backbone of this city. I'm at a loss on this one Gee.
Wanglow

Vallejo, CA

#11 Nov 19, 2012
The solution is not hard to understand; implimenting it is. As long as welfare exists the weak-minded, the lazy and the criminal will persist. As long as people allow our judicial system to fail in it's perpose we will continue to live in fear and shame of those who gain benefit from this failure. "Half-way" houses, programs for the criminal, the "homeless", the "under-priveledged", subsidized housing, food and affirmative action are the problem; ending these insults is something WE as a civilized people will not do. Good intentions do not create good people.
getreal

Berkeley, CA

#13 Nov 19, 2012
GEE wrote:
@uts
Happy Holidays to you and yours!
I have heard it said by multi generational Vallejoans that this city has gone through periods like this before and always has dusted itself off and carried on.
What is the solution this time around?
genocide
jehosephat

Berkeley, CA

#14 Nov 19, 2012
Hooter wrote:
The Mayor is going to fix this crap!
Dat's rite. let's hold a prayer circle...feel me
Doug

Vallejo, CA

#15 Nov 19, 2012
jehosephat wrote:
<quoted text>
Dat's rite. let's hold a prayer circle...feel me
Start one right now!

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