Cedartown man and five teens arrested...

Cedartown man and five teens arrested after police crash under-age party

There are 21 comments on the Examiner.com story from Aug 29, 2012, titled Cedartown man and five teens arrested after police crash under-age party. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

A Cedartown man was arrested Sunday for contributing to the delinquency of minors after police crashed a party at his home and discovered minors engaged in the consumption of alcohol.

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bulldawg

Rome, GA

#1 Aug 29, 2012
Kinda odd that six people make a party.
issues

Cedartown, GA

#2 Aug 29, 2012
sad that he was contributing to minors when he has a premie in atl hospital , obviously priorities are not in the right order.
dale doback

Auburn, AL

#3 Aug 29, 2012
No big deal. I'm sure they will get a year probation. Not like they harmed anyone. Young folks just made a mistake.
hmmm

United States

#4 Aug 29, 2012
I know half of those minors and I bet their families are hitting the roof that this has became public knowledge. After all their kids have never done wrong.
greg

Lawrenceville, GA

#5 Aug 30, 2012
hmmm wrote:
I know half of those minors and I bet their families are hitting the roof that this has became public knowledge. After all their kids have never done wrong.
gotta hate it
About Time

United States

#6 Aug 30, 2012
Alot of us did the same thing when we were minors. If we got caught your father was called and you got your @$$ beat and went home. Today it is put on different websites, blogs, and everythign else so everyone can see it and you and your family are embarrassed by everyone seeing it.
Even good kids make mistakes.

I would bet most of these kids turn out to be good productive citizens.
hmmm

Decatur, GA

#7 Aug 30, 2012
About Time wrote:
Alot of us did the same thing when we were minors. If we got caught your father was called and you got your @$$ beat and went home. Today it is put on different websites, blogs, and everythign else so everyone can see it and you and your family are embarrassed by everyone seeing it.
Even good kids make mistakes.

I would bet most of these kids turn out to be good productive citizens.
Yes they may, after all everyone makes mistakes. I just remember one of the parents of a child involved has really put others down for the exact same thing. When it was discussed she claimed her kid would never do such. It just goes to show, it doesn't matter how you raise your children in church or out they are going to make mistakes. That doesn't give you a right to put another child down when you have no idea what your own child is really doing.
Army mom

Cedartown, GA

#8 Aug 30, 2012
issues wrote:
sad that he was contributing to minors when he has a premie in atl hospital , obviously priorities are not in the right order.
Obviously you dont know this Young man ,very Well he works hard everday to provide for His Family ! Did you always do the right thing when you was young.
chic

Jonesboro, GA

#9 Aug 30, 2012
hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>Yes they may, after all everyone makes mistakes. I just remember one of the parents of a child involved has really put others down for the exact same thing. When it was discussed she claimed her kid would never do such. It just goes to show, it doesn't matter how you raise your children in church or out they are going to make mistakes. That doesn't give you a right to put another child down when you have no idea what your own child is really doing.
My ears always perk up when a parent puts down other kids and their parents and acts as tho theirs is perfect!
hmmm

Decatur, GA

#10 Aug 30, 2012
chic wrote:
<quoted text>My ears always perk up when a parent puts down other kids and their parents and acts as tho theirs is perfect!
Maybe this will be a lesson learned for the parent.
whateva

Cedartown, GA

#11 Aug 30, 2012
Army mom wrote:
<quoted text> Obviously you dont know this Young man ,very Well he works hard everday to provide for His Family ! Did you always do the right thing when you was young.
Working hard for your family & contributing to minors are 2 diff things. I bet it was bragged about or talked about on FB that led the cops to the party.
Cedartown Resident

Cedartown, GA

#12 Aug 30, 2012
I always found it ironic that at age 18 the courts recognize a person as a legal adult responible for their own lives and actions but still can not drink a beer 'til they are 21.
Hypocrits

Cedartown, GA

#13 Sep 23, 2012
Maybe they will get ole Jean Crane, and she will let them off like she did her buddies who did the same thing...Missy and Joey Puckett!!!! Missy is a Nurse Manager at Floyd Medical Center/Polk and Joey a Firefighter/EMT....SAD!!!!
hello

Acworth, GA

#14 Sep 23, 2012
Cedartown Resident wrote:
I always found it ironic that at age 18 the courts recognize a person as a legal adult responible for their own lives and actions but still can not drink a beer 'til they are 21.
It's called the LAW
Cedartown Resident

Cedartown, GA

#15 Sep 25, 2012
I'm aware it is the law and i happen to disagree with it because the law should state you are either a fully legal adult at either 18 or 21,so if at 18 they are able to be tried in court,drive a car,work a job,pay taxes,serve in the military,fight in a war,get married,have children,rent/own a home,travel wherever they want...well hey i figured they are old enough to pop a cold beer too at 18.
Wizzard21

Rockmart, GA

#16 Sep 26, 2012
thing is a few of these wasnt even 18, more like 15 and 16!
mom

Columbus, GA

#17 Sep 26, 2012
Cedartown Resident wrote:
I'm aware it is the law and i happen to disagree with it because the law should state you are either a fully legal adult at either 18 or 21,so if at 18 they are able to be tried in court,drive a car,work a job,pay taxes,serve in the military,fight in a war,get married,have children,rent/own a home,travel wherever they want...well hey i figured they are old enough to pop a cold beer too at 18.
hell, you are finally able to buy beer on Sunday!
Cedartown Resident

AOL

#18 Sep 26, 2012
oh ok well if a few there were only 15 and 16 then yes i agree they were too young to be drinking.i thought they were all over the age of 18.
hmmm

United States

#19 Sep 26, 2012
Only 1 was under 18
standard

Carrollton, GA

#20 Nov 9, 2014
chic wrote:
<quoted text>
My ears always perk up when a parent puts down other kids and their parents and acts as tho theirs is perfect!
a nurse manger for Floyd and fire fighter. so they are above the law? what about examples being set?

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