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There are 17 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Nov 25, 2009, titled Police break up crowd of Ohio teens trying to crash party | The.... In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Police in the Cincinnati area say they fired a spray of pepper balls to break up a crowd of hundreds of teens drawn to a night club by rumors of a free party.

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wow

Columbus, OH

#1 Nov 25, 2009
sweet sixteen at a nightclub....great parenting
Gort

United States

#2 Nov 25, 2009
Had to be those Amish yutes again.
askduane

Waukesha, WI

#3 Nov 25, 2009
Yep!
Big Hank

Columbus, OH

#4 Nov 25, 2009
Wow - way to NOT know where your kids are on a school night, parents!! Let's crash a party at a nightclub. And agree - the parents of the "Sweet Sixteen" probably held it there so THEY could get smashed and still keep an eye on things. Parenting skiils for all involved = EPIC FAIL!!!
Reality-based

Columbus, OH

#5 Nov 25, 2009
Kid N' Play would have never let this happen to one of their parties.
Mark

Columbus, OH

#8 Nov 25, 2009
Slow news day.

Since: Jul 09

New Albany, OH

#9 Nov 25, 2009
Where did the news article say this is an adults-only nightclub that serves alcohol? There are teen nightclubs all over that don't serve, require wristbands or kick the teens out after a certain time.
Me Too

United States

#10 Nov 25, 2009
Most of these "yutes" are of the feral variety. Read, or watch, Lord Of The Flies.
Gort

United States

#11 Nov 25, 2009
Meathead123 wrote:
Where did the news article say this is an adults-only nightclub that serves alcohol? There are teen nightclubs all over that don't serve, require wristbands or kick the teens out after a certain time.
IT was the Metropolis, an adult night club which was closed for a private party. Word was spread that anyone was invited. Obviously they were not.
Fred

Columbus, OH

#12 Nov 25, 2009
I was on my way to my Parenting 101 class and
got lost last night, Oh I remember it was at
a nightclub. I'll keep that in mind when I go
to my drop my kids off at daycare at the strip club....
claw71

Dublin, OH

#13 Nov 25, 2009
I love how people immediately attack the parents. As if their kids don't sneak into night clubs and conspire to buy alcohol with their friends.

Before I judge the kids or their parents I like to think back to my youth. Between the ages of 16 and 18 I was a menace. My parents had rules and worked hard to enforce them. I worked harder to break them. Most of the kids I grew up with did as well and you know what? Everybody turned out OK.

I'm not saying that a blind eye should be turned to criminal activity, but I hardly think this is something to fuss over.
Big Hank

Columbus, OH

#14 Nov 25, 2009
Ah, why not have it at a strip club? Might teach the "Sweet Sixteens" a few moves!!
dltb

Columbus, OH

#15 Nov 25, 2009
claw71 wrote:
I love how people immediately attack the parents. As if their kids don't sneak into night clubs and conspire to buy alcohol with their friends.
Before I judge the kids or their parents I like to think back to my youth. Between the ages of 16 and 18 I was a menace. My parents had rules and worked hard to enforce them. I worked harder to break them. Most of the kids I grew up with did as well and you know what? Everybody turned out OK.
I'm not saying that a blind eye should be turned to criminal activity, but I hardly think this is something to fuss over.
The idiots writing on this blog never were children. They were born adults and PERFECT. LOL
An American

Columbus, OH

#16 Nov 25, 2009
I can picture the group that just beez wantin' da free party.
older than you

Winter Garden, FL

#17 Nov 25, 2009
It's very funny to read as you idiots defend these moron kids, and you wonder what's wrong with this country. Let me guess it wasn't your child, because you always know where your kid is,,, why because you bought them this expensive cell phone and they are your best friend. Idiots... be a parent and keep you child home and shut the t.v. off and be a family.
Pickerington

Columbus, OH

#18 Nov 25, 2009
Claw 71 , thank you for your word . Yes we all have went that way . Parents enforce harsh rules to go by and we has teens done every thing we could to vice verse it to benefit what we wanted .And , people in case your not aware whats the difference from a pizza parlor , a pole hall that people rent out for birthday parties they serve drinks but it's on the other side of the place where children are not allowed ,even down stairs or up stairs all of the adult's play is away from the children . parents and none parents judging these parents .it sounds to me these folks were trying to do something nice for their child and some one that was not invited was kinda jealous and put this rumor free party for teens , what adult in their right mind would advertise this for teens or would allow their sweet sixteen to , it's hard controlling and keeping up with your own teenager must less the state of Ohio's teenagers .
Bodacious Babe

Lewis Center, OH

#19 Nov 26, 2009
claw71 wrote:
I love how people immediately attack the parents. As if their kids don't sneak into night clubs and conspire to buy alcohol with their friends.
Before I judge the kids or their parents I like to think back to my youth. Between the ages of 16 and 18 I was a menace. My parents had rules and worked hard to enforce them. I worked harder to break them. Most of the kids I grew up with did as well and you know what? Everybody turned out OK.
I'm not saying that a blind eye should be turned to criminal activity, but I hardly think this is something to fuss over.
Yeah, anything that so much as looked off limits when we were kids, we investigated to say the least and on many occasions, participated in. But you're right. Everybody turned out OK. OMG. Shocking!

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