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waterloo resident

Millstadt, IL

#1 Jun 17, 2012
Does anyone know if a minor receives a consumption ticket will it appear in the court report?
Neo

Waterloo, IL

#2 Jun 17, 2012
waterloo resident wrote:
Does anyone know if a minor receives a consumption ticket will it appear in the court report?
If your talking about the paper it depends. If u get a lawyer then no...if u plead guilty without a lawyer than yes.
waterloo resident

Millstadt, IL

#3 Jun 17, 2012
Will it only appear after the court date or will it appear when the next court report comes out?
crying for you

Columbia, IL

#4 Jun 17, 2012
waterloo resident wrote:
Does anyone know if a minor receives a consumption ticket will it appear in the court report?
Yes It will.

Whoops, sucks to be you kid!!
waterloo

Millstadt, IL

#5 Jun 18, 2012
I was just informed this weekend that one of my children got a consumption ticket along with 15 others at the same time. I told my child you break the law this is what happens.
Just sayin

Columbia, IL

#6 Jun 18, 2012
Maybe stick to the real problem here that an under age kid is drinking alcohol, and not so much if their name is gonna be seen n the paper.
Peter

Waterloo, IL

#7 Jun 18, 2012
Yes it does. And it sucks for those kids cuz new law since about '08. If a minor gets caught with alcohol in their system their license will be suspended for 3mo-1yr depending on how many offenses they've had in the past. And if they don't have a license yet, they will have to wait that much longer to get it. Hope those 15 yr old weren't too excited about turning 16 soon.
waterloo

Millstadt, IL

#8 Jun 18, 2012
They were not 15 they were 17 and 18 year old's and there were 15 that got tickets.
real problem

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Jun 18, 2012
The parents should be fined for not doing their jobs.
Hmmm

Waterloo, IL

#10 Jun 18, 2012
real problem wrote:
The parents should be fined for not doing their jobs.
And definitely the parents of the house where it was.
Mom of 4

Edwardsville, IL

#11 Jun 18, 2012
Many years ago the same sort of thing happened to one of my kids. There was a group of kids that went to Carlyle lake and got caught underage drinking. There were around 15-20 tickets handed out. Luckily, my son was smart enough to call me - and believe it or not I was the ONLY parent that ANY kid called from the campsite. I was mad as hell to get that call, believe me, but glad that he called me, and of course, went to retrieve my son. I drove down there and picked him up from the campsite, asking the officer if he needed my ID to pick up my son. He told me no. He asked if I knew any of the kids, which I did not - they were all older and my son wasn't even supposed to be there in the first place. Trust me, I was mad. My son was given a citation, however, about 3-4 weeks later, the officer contacted me to get further information about him to "formally" charge him with underage drinking. I told the officer that the night I picked him up he did not even ask me for identification, that I could have been an older girlfriend or anyone picking up an underage kid. I made a point, that he turned over my underage son to someone he didn't even know, and that further more he should have obtained the proper information about the person he is charging during the incident, not 3-4 weeks afterwards. I told him to not contact me any further and drop the charge. I never heard from them again. Neither did my son.

But I believe that you can sign a paper requesting that a name NOT be posted in the paper, and I would believe if someone's a minor that is standard practice anyway, unless it's a violent crime or something. I would inquire at the police station about it. I believe you have the right NOT to be posted in a newspaper.
waterloo resident

Millstadt, IL

#12 Jun 18, 2012
Mom of 4 wrote:
Many years ago the same sort of thing happened to one of my kids. There was a group of kids that went to Carlyle lake and got caught underage drinking. There were around 15-20 tickets handed out. Luckily, my son was smart enough to call me - and believe it or not I was the ONLY parent that ANY kid called from the campsite. I was mad as hell to get that call, believe me, but glad that he called me, and of course, went to retrieve my son. I drove down there and picked him up from the campsite, asking the officer if he needed my ID to pick up my son. He told me no. He asked if I knew any of the kids, which I did not - they were all older and my son wasn't even supposed to be there in the first place. Trust me, I was mad. My son was given a citation, however, about 3-4 weeks later, the officer contacted me to get further information about him to "formally" charge him with underage drinking. I told the officer that the night I picked him up he did not even ask me for identification, that I could have been an older girlfriend or anyone picking up an underage kid. I made a point, that he turned over my underage son to someone he didn't even know, and that further more he should have obtained the proper information about the person he is charging during the incident, not 3-4 weeks afterwards. I told him to not contact me any further and drop the charge. I never heard from them again. Neither did my son.

But I believe that you can sign a paper requesting that a name NOT be posted in the paper, and I would believe if someone's a minor that is standard practice anyway, unless it's a violent crime or something. I would inquire at the police station about it. I believe you have the right NOT to be posted in a newspaper.
thank u very much ur the first person that's actually given any useful information
No name

Waterloo, IL

#13 Jun 19, 2012
Not going to lie, if your kid lives in Monroe County, they will most likely be out drinking with friends. We live in a small area with nothing to really do. I don't condone underage drinking, but at the same time, I think there should be more activities for the kids to do.
mom

Waterloo, IL

#14 Jun 21, 2012
Hmmm wrote:
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And definitely the parents of the house where it was.
why pretty sure parrents not home kid party
Hmmm

Waterloo, IL

#15 Jun 21, 2012
mom wrote:
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why pretty sure parrents not home kid party
A minor - parents responsible
wiggitywiggitywa ck

Columbia, IL

#16 Jun 23, 2012
Hmmm wrote:
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A minor - parents responsible
Just wait until you have a teen. I was a great kid. good grades, honor roll, student council, etc. My parents had no idea that I drank, or even drank at home while they were gone. I am now older and have kids of my own. I dread the thought of my kids doing some of the things I did. Reality though, they probably will.
Funny

Waterloo, IL

#18 Jun 27, 2012
I have teens and guess what? I am responsible if they do something wrong - at least under the law.
mike

Columbia, IL

#19 Jul 7, 2012
It will NOT be in the paper with their name if they are a juvenile.
Stupid people

Waterloo, IL

#20 Jul 7, 2012
You can not post the name of a minor child in a newspaper without consent from the parents or legal guardian.
turkey

Waterloo, IL

#22 Jul 28, 2012
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