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Adults Accused of Providing Alcohol to Minors, Facing 14 Charges - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA...

There are 20 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Oct 24, 2012, titled Adults Accused of Providing Alcohol to Minors, Facing 14 Charges - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA.... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Four adults are facing charges for contributing to the delinquency of minors after allegedly providing alcohol to juveniles and allowing them to smoke marijuana earlier this month.

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Anonymous

United States

#1 Oct 24, 2012
That is just disgusting! Way to go MOM - so much for your Mother of the Year award.
TeenSpirit

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Oct 24, 2012
They went to jail, but the woman who stole $200,000 did not?
buyerbeware

Crozet, VA

#3 Oct 24, 2012
Stupid stupid stupid...Remember the Robinson's?
JL GotRocks

Richmond, VA

#4 Oct 24, 2012
I think the 3 of them are cutting their own hair.
GOP

Charlottesville, VA

#5 Oct 24, 2012
The village idiots training the next generation of idiots. ItÂ’s nice to see traditions at work in the community.
Confused

Palmyra, VA

#6 Oct 24, 2012
I thought the drinking age was 21, even if they are considering the 18 year olds "adults" they still can't legally drink either.
One Man

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Oct 24, 2012
Americans cling to their alcoholic beverages, even more so than their guns or religion.
Liberalace

Lexington, VA

#8 Oct 24, 2012
The mother looks like Tootsie.

R.I.P.: Stiv Bators
me too

Charlottesville, VA

#9 Oct 24, 2012
@ confused i was just thinking the same thing. The mother should be the only one facing charges
I knew it

Staunton, VA

#10 Oct 24, 2012
Look at that trio! Mother and red headed step children of the year!
Common Sense

Charlottesville, VA

#11 Oct 24, 2012
Come on really? You don't think they should have been arrested? Let's see they were illegally drinking,smoking marajuania and evidently someone was also driving. Let's say there was an accident causing harm,injury or death? Then look at all of the consquences that would surcome. Who are you going to blame then? How do you think a parent would feel if they got a phone call saying I'm sorry but your son never made it to the homing coming because he is dead. Would you want that on your head? I sure wouldn't whether it was the parent who lost the child or if it was the parent who illegally distributed the alcohol. Neither is a pretty picture! Your worried about 200,000 dollars. You won't replace anyone's life with that. Someone could be made to work to pay that debt why should we pay for them to sit jail because they stole.
I had this same conversation w/my nephew before his homecoming. My reply to him was No! When asked why? My answer to him was the answer this mother should have gave to her son!
perspective

Charlottesville, VA

#14 Oct 24, 2012
Common Sense wrote:
Let's say there was an accident causing harm,injury or death? Then look at all of the consquences that would surcome.
The 47 year old was driving. Was she drinking?

How many restaurants/bars serve alcohol? How many people drive home every night?
blah

Charlottesville, VA

#15 Oct 24, 2012
For real this stuff happens all the time and the police cant just stay outta peoples personal lives??? they kids gonna do it anyway he will find someone else to buy it or get a fake id or got to a store that wont card him and if the mom was taking care of them and not drinking with them whats the big problem?sure its not how most people would want to see it, but its not the end of the world. its how they choose to live and they didn't hurt anyone in doing it did they??
Common Sense

Culpeper, VA

#16 Oct 24, 2012
perspective wrote:
<quoted text>
The 47 year old was driving. Was she drinking?
How many restaurants/bars serve alcohol? How many people drive home every night?
My point exactly! Just because she was driving doesn't relieve of her responsibilities. Does anyone know maybe she was drinking that night also.If she used poor judgement in making Alcohol and Marijuana readily available to minors. What other poor judgement did she use that night?Those folks that drive home drunk eveyday from a bars,a friends or where ever just haven't been caught or killed anyone. Try imaging if you had a loved one that you loss because someone used poor judgement!Then say well, she was driving so it makes it okay and because people leave places drunk that it makes this situation OK?Come on Really?
Common Sense

Culpeper, VA

#17 Oct 24, 2012
blah wrote:
For real this stuff happens all the time and the police cant just stay outta peoples personal lives??? they kids gonna do it anyway he will find someone else to buy it or get a fake id or got to a store that wont card him and if the mom was taking care of them and not drinking with them whats the big problem?sure its not how most people would want to see it, but its not the end of the world. its how they choose to live and they didn't hurt anyone in doing it did they??
I don't understand the thought here? Because no one was hurt it's OK? Well lets all go around breaking the law because we can and whatever happens is OK!Because if one person doesn't do it then you just go and find someone else? I sure hope you are not a parent!Because if so your child is probably one of the deliquents running around breaking the law because you've taught them it's ok!Who turned her in? One of the other boys parents? HMM.... Don't blame it on the police. Someone had to inform them! Hmmmm...
blah

Charlottesville, VA

#18 Oct 24, 2012
I am just saying that maybe she felt safer knowing that her kid and the others were supervised by her and not alone in the streets doing the same thing with strangers or doing something more dangerous. and were you ever a teenager? teenagers are going to do what they want no matter how they have to get it even if it might be dangerous/illegal and no i would not do this way with my kids but some parents do and if shes not encouraging them to drink or smoke or driving them around while she is intoxicated what is the big deal?
Common Sense

Culpeper, VA

#19 Oct 24, 2012
It's ok for someone to drive their kids around drunk as long as she isn't encouraging them to smoke your drink but is allowing them to so while she drives them around?Yes,I was a teenager and I didn't ask my mother to buy beer or whatever while I was a teenager so my friends would think my mom was cool.So with that said, I quess because you did something as a teenager and got away with it then it's okay for a teenager to do today? Do you look at the news and papers and see all the teenagers commiting crimes and killing people like it's was nothing. Someone needs to take a look at how kids are being disciplined today.But then there are those like yourself who says I was a teenager once so it's okay!or whats the Big Deal? I know whem I was a teenager I knew what a bar of soap was or a belt or hand across my butt. Not in a abusive manner. Kids today scream abuse if you touch them. I guess you follow the concept of well if my friend jumped off the bridge I would too! I don't know sounds like a Green light is given to do something even if you know the Law doesn't allow it! Because it's not a Big Deal!
buyerbeware

Crozet, VA

#20 Oct 25, 2012
Common Sense wrote:
It's ok for someone to drive their kids around drunk as long as she isn't encouraging them to smoke your drink but is allowing them to so while she drives them around?Yes,I was a teenager and I didn't ask my mother to buy beer or whatever while I was a teenager so my friends would think my mom was cool.So with that said, I quess because you did something as a teenager and got away with it then it's okay for a teenager to do today? Do you look at the news and papers and see all the teenagers commiting crimes and killing people like it's was nothing. Someone needs to take a look at how kids are being disciplined today.But then there are those like yourself who says I was a teenager once so it's okay!or whats the Big Deal? I know whem I was a teenager I knew what a bar of soap was or a belt or hand across my butt. Not in a abusive manner. Kids today scream abuse if you touch them. I guess you follow the concept of well if my friend jumped off the bridge I would too! I don't know sounds like a Green light is given to do something even if you know the Law doesn't allow it! Because it's not a Big Deal!
Blah doesn't have what you do...common sense
Lfish

Colorado Springs, CO

#21 Oct 25, 2012
Lady didn't do the right thing so now she has to be accountable for her actions. As for those teenage kids, so sad. They are still children also,18yrs! old. I thought that 21yrs. old was the legal age to drink alcohol in any state. She was the adult and should have had more sence. My question is why are they being charged as adults? Where I live, you have to be 21yrs. old to drink.
double dimple

Charlottesville, VA

#22 Oct 27, 2012
Alvin and the Chipmunks should know better ...

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