Texas honor student thrown in jail for missing school: 11th-grader working two jobs...

May 28, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Free Republic

A 17-year-old high school student working two jobs to support her siblings, while juggling college-level classes, spent 24 hours in jail this week for missing too much school, KHOU 11 News reported.

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monty

Mesa, AZ

#1 May 28, 2012
People of Willis, TX, please help this young lady! I would send her money if I could. I just could not believe there is no one in her own school and own town care enough to assist more?!
Mike

Madison, AL

#2 May 29, 2012
Judge Lanny Moriarty is a pompous a$$. Good folks of Willis, hopefully you can vote him out of office. Unbelievable.

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