7 Year Old Boy Takes Crack Cocaine To...

7 Year Old Boy Takes Crack Cocaine To School

There are 35 comments on the First Coast News Jacksonville story from Feb 26, 2008, titled 7 Year Old Boy Takes Crack Cocaine To School. In it, First Coast News Jacksonville reports that:

New Jersey police are trying to determine where a seven-year-old boy got a pocketful of crack cocaine.

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Since: Feb 08

Little Rock, AR

#1 Feb 26, 2008
Wow. Definately "intent to destribute"

Since: Feb 08

Little Rock, AR

#2 Feb 26, 2008
I mean "distribute"

“Common sense isn't that common”

Since: Feb 08

United States

#3 Feb 26, 2008
"New Jersey police are trying to determine where a seven-year-old boy got a pocketful of crack cocaine."

He got it from the same people who the NJPD gets theirs from, duh.

Seriously, this is sad.
Guess who

Las Vegas, NV

#4 Feb 26, 2008
Did he find it in an Elmo doll??
Anonymous

United States

#5 Feb 26, 2008
IS THIS THE FIVE O'CLOCK FREE CRACK GIVEAWAY?

“Common sense isn't that common”

Since: Feb 08

United States

#6 Feb 26, 2008
Anonymous wrote:
IS THIS THE FIVE O'CLOCK FREE CRACK GIVEAWAY?
LOL!!! Love that skit!!
Mel

Northbrook, IL

#7 Feb 26, 2008
He got it from the guy living under the crack house.
Susan of Jax

Orange Park, FL

#8 Feb 26, 2008
HERE IS A CLUE, WHERE ARE THE PARENTS???? TO MANY PARENTS HAVE KIDS FOR THE TAX BREAK AND THEY DON'T KNOW WHERE THE KIDS ARE. KIDS TODAY HAVE THE FREEDOM OF AN ADULT. WHAT HAPPEN TO PLAYING WITH TOYS AND RIDING OUR BIKES. I BRING MY KIDS UP IN CHURCH AND WE HAVE FAMILY TIME AND WE ARE INVOLVED IN THERI LIVES. THEY KNOW WE ARE THE AUTHORITY NOT THEM.
shopdood

Charlotte, NC

#9 Feb 26, 2008
First off I would like to say that any parent who thinks they are the authority and are in control is a rotten parent! Society determins the way our children act parents are a mere speedbump in a childs path. As for children having crack cocaine or any other drug is a shame, those parents are to blame as we all know children learn more from thire parents and family than anywhere else.The children are at risk and need to be removed permenantly and the parents should not only be punished for drugs, but also for child endangerment and wreckless abuse innocent children should remain innocent

“Dogs are smart”

Since: Feb 08

Jacksonville, FL

#10 Feb 26, 2008
shopdood wrote:
First off I would like to say that any parent who thinks they are the authority and are in control is a rotten parent! Society determins the way our children act parents are a mere speedbump in a childs path. As for children having crack cocaine or any other drug is a shame, those parents are to blame as we all know children learn more from thire parents and family than anywhere else.The children are at risk and need to be removed permenantly and the parents should not only be punished for drugs, but also for child endangerment and wreckless abuse innocent children should remain innocent
Society determins the way our children act? That sounds like the excuse the parents of this 7 year old boy will use. If you as a parent do not take a positive part in your childs life, then yes it will be left up to society to determine their path. Your choice!

“It's not about me.”

Since: Nov 07

Jacksonville

#11 Feb 26, 2008
Two and a half ounces is a bunch of frikkin' crack. Somebody's gonna be pissed.

“3 words changed my life ”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#12 Feb 26, 2008
now thats jr, thuggin!
Mysterious one

United States

#13 Feb 26, 2008
shopdood wrote:
First off I would like to say that any parent who thinks they are the authority and are in control is a rotten parent! Society determins the way our children act parents are a mere speedbump in a childs path. As for children having crack cocaine or any other drug is a shame, those parents are to blame as we all know children learn more from thire parents and family than anywhere else.The children are at risk and need to be removed permenantly and the parents should not only be punished for drugs, but also for child endangerment and wreckless abuse innocent children should remain innocent
Where I live,students sell drugs at school and on the way home,then at discreet locations near a conveinence store.I had this teenager help me with chore and small jobs around my home,due to disability,I need extra help.After 14 months of having him help,I learned he takes weed,admitted to me he's addicted.Now his mom calls me and thinks I'm having him sell drugs for me!I told her if that was true,why am I broke by the end of the month,while the other drug dealers have so much material items(SUVs,expensives clothes,big houes parties)?So,I tell her I'll respect her wishes and I do have another neighbor closer that will do the work(and he uses weed also).When I said that,now she says it alright for him to come over and do the work.Gee,maybe she realized I'd be cutting off income to her home.She's an alcoholic.This area is replete with dealers,her own son was arrested 2 years ago smoking weed in an abandoned,boared up home!Before I knew him.Oh yeah,she's doing a great job raising him.So now it's my fault she claims.I'm fueling his addiction she claims with what I pay him for real work.He was using weed 3 years before I knew him.I guess that's my fault also.Geeze,try to help someone and get shot down.I told her that I don't need him to do these jobs,because there are 2 others always asking me for some home job to do.Now she does'nt want anyone else to do this work but her son.Yeah,she's alright.
Stacey

Tempe, AZ

#14 Feb 26, 2008
Mysterious one wrote:
<quoted text>Where I live,students sell drugs at school and on the way home,then at discreet locations near a conveinence store.I had this teenager help me with chore and small jobs around my home,due to disability,I need extra help.After 14 months of having him help,I learned he takes weed,admitted to me he's addicted.Now his mom calls me and thinks I'm having him sell drugs for me!I told her if that was true,why am I broke by the end of the month,while the other drug dealers have so much material items(SUVs,expensives clothes,big houes parties)?So,I tell her I'll respect her wishes and I do have another neighbor closer that will do the work(and he uses weed also).When I said that,now she says it alright for him to come over and do the work.Gee,maybe she realized I'd be cutting off income to her home.She's an alcoholic.This area is replete with dealers,her own son was arrested 2 years ago smoking weed in an abandoned,boared up home!Before I knew him.Oh yeah,she's doing a great job raising him.So now it's my fault she claims.I'm fueling his addiction she claims with what I pay him for real work.He was using weed 3 years before I knew him.I guess that's my fault also.Geeze,try to help someone and get shot down.I told her that I don't need him to do these jobs,because there are 2 others always asking me for some home job to do.Now she does'nt want anyone else to do this work but her son.Yeah,she's alright.
Please be careful with who you hire. I'd hate for them to rob you to buy drugs.
tommy salami

Memphis, TN

#15 Feb 26, 2008
COCAINE A HELLUVA DRUG...... RICK JAMES....................THE GHOST OF RICK JAMES SAID I WOULD HAVE TRADED THE LITTLE KID A I-POD FOR HIS STASH
Bianca

Adelaide, Australia

#16 Feb 26, 2008
someone once said "There's no such thing as a bad child just a bad parent".

“Dogs are smart”

Since: Feb 08

Jacksonville, FL

#17 Feb 26, 2008
Bianca wrote:
someone once said "There's no such thing as a bad child just a bad parent".
I said it but I didn't mean it. It was really my kids fault. Sorry for the humor, your right.
Bianca

Adelaide, Australia

#18 Feb 26, 2008
FromThe South2 wrote:
<quoted text>
I said it but I didn't mean it. It was really my kids fault. Sorry for the humor, your right.
lol. funny
skipper

Decatur, GA

#19 Feb 26, 2008
During a room-by-room search of the Lamberton Street residence Monday evening, officers reported finding crack, marijuana, four scales to measure the drugs and stacks of cash.

And while officers were in the home executing a search warrant, two people arrived to buy drugs and were arrested on the spot.

The 27-year-old father and 26-year-old mother, initially charged with child endangerment, now have been charged with multiple felony drug possession and distribution charges as well, along with two of the boy's uncles

“It's not about me.”

Since: Nov 07

Jacksonville

#20 Feb 27, 2008
skipper wrote:
During a room-by-room search of the Lamberton Street residence Monday evening, officers reported finding crack, marijuana, four scales to measure the drugs and stacks of cash.
And while officers were in the home executing a search warrant, two people arrived to buy drugs and were arrested on the spot.
The 27-year-old father and 26-year-old mother, initially charged with child endangerment, now have been charged with multiple felony drug possession and distribution charges as well, along with two of the boy's uncles
They better put those kids in the witness protection program.

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