Police bust teen theft ring

Police bust teen theft ring

There are 102 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Sep 13, 2007, titled Police bust teen theft ring. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A pack of teens smashed into more than 100 cars and homes in Hendricks County in a single night, police say, working both sides of the street to steal jewelry, guns, stereos, cell phones and even a weed ...

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Zionsville, IN

#2 Sep 14, 2007
This an appropriate time to ask "where are the parents?

United States

#3 Sep 14, 2007
As usual, it all leads back to Indy, drugs,alcohol and wild girls.

United States

#5 Sep 14, 2007
Of course, they will be back on the streets within a couple months robbing more people.
Standing guard

United States

#6 Sep 14, 2007
The star should print their pictures if they have them. These guys should be given a long time in jail to think about it.
Congrats to all the police that worked on this, good job.
throw the book

Florence, KY

#8 Sep 14, 2007
...at them!
Don't let them get away with this! I'd hate to see it summed up as a kid making a bad decision. This was MANY bad decisions. Check them for STD's, too. Living strippers? Only 2 strippers? Yikes! They are a drain on society, and we'll be paying for them and their parent's nonexistant parentin for decades to come. Jerks.

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Sep 14, 2007
Steve wrote:
Too bad some of them weren't caught in the act and shot dead.
concerned citizen

United States

#10 Sep 14, 2007
Hopefully some of the people who commented on the story about all the thefts in Plainfield read this one. People complain about the number of traffic stops the Plainfield Police Dept. make but look at this, they caught these guys due to a traffic stop. I say good job guys and keep up the good work.

Carmel, IN

#11 Sep 14, 2007
They will only get probation and be back out robbing again. The next time they will b e smarter and more violent. They need to go to Iraq--they would get a waking up on life
Westside chick

Plainfield, IN

#12 Sep 14, 2007
Hopefully the didn't break into cars at the hospital or there is more out there.

Brownsburg, IN

#13 Sep 14, 2007
Fast tracking it to the big house.

These morons will be lucky if in 20 years they'll be smart enough to comprehend how little their lives are worth. A few thousand bucks in stolen goods traded for years behind bars.

Since: Feb 07

Indianapolis, IN

#17 Sep 14, 2007
i can sleep a little better at night! My house in brownsburg was broken in to last week good thing I had an alarm!i must say they wern't very smart breaking into a huse where it's CLEARLY posted there's an alarm! I just hope who ever did it was caught! good work guys!
Book Em

Indianapolis, IN

#18 Sep 14, 2007
Good work on the part of the investigators! Unfortunately, the punks will likely just get their dirty little hands slapped then be released back into society to repeat, and escalate, their crimes. They are obviously parasites on the community. This is a glaring example of why much of the world has a very negative perception of this generation. It seems a majority of them are worthless punks.
susan jones

Redwood City, CA

#19 Sep 14, 2007
An example needs to be made with these boys. Twenty years would be fine. Then others won't try the same thing. Indianapolis is out of control with everyone asking where are the parents? Forget the parents. Move on and get this undercontrol.
Fighting Mad

Indianapolis, IN

#20 Sep 14, 2007
Absolutely sickening. Hopefully there will be no plea-bargaining and they all
get the maximum penalty possible--including the strippers. I also suggest the parents of the minors be held responsible for their sons' equally divided responsibility for financial restitution to the victims. It won't bring back the sentimental value of the stolen items, but it will show them they are accountable for their childrens' actions until they are of legal age.
Robert Clark

New York, NY

#21 Sep 14, 2007
There should be no hesitation on filing charges against hoodlums like these as adult crimes.
Organized crime at anyage level with such severity of intent should not be lightened by the age of the perpetrators.
Only a permissive society would reward such behavior by calling a "times" during litigation of these punks.
Where have the parents of these darlings been for the last 18 years?

Booze? Strippers? Drugs?
Gee, sure sounds like grown-ups to me....

Jefferson City, MO

#22 Sep 14, 2007
I anxiously await the night one of these pos's attempt to break into my house....I am begging them....

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Sep 14, 2007
Send them to the big house with bubba!

United States

#24 Sep 14, 2007
Dress them all in pind skirts and run them through d-town Danville on their way to court (adult court)!

Elwood, IN

#25 Sep 14, 2007
animal wrote:
Send them to the big house with bubba!
yeah! since the parents let them go hog wild have big bubba butt pound some discipline into them!
Scientist in Indy

United States

#26 Sep 14, 2007
Come to my house boys, I have a 357 and a 38 and I will have both guns a blazing, try and rob my house and I will shoot you. You have been forwarned....

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