Senior prank ends with 62 students arrested

May 1, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WTAG-AM Paxton

Senior year may not be ending so pleasantly for 62 students at New Jersey's Teaneck High School.

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tallyho wrote:
good thing no over re-action here .........
As two state troopers struggled to arrest his father, a 19-year-old man armed himself with an assault rifle and shot them seven times, killing them outside his home in a remote Alaska village, authorities said in charges filed Saturday.
ever wonder why

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<quoted text>Pissing on the floor and destroying property is not a prank. It stopped being a prank when they wen't beyond Vaseline on the door handles
Another one for A.A. Even the school honcho now agrees with what I posted and what was obvious: The "incident," another, perhaps exaggerated installment in a long tradition of pranks, was overblown in the press.

And the police reaction was pure sickness - all those neighboring departments and the canine search teams.
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a perfect example
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tallyho wrote:
good thing no over re-action here .........
As two state troopers struggled to arrest his father, a 19-year-old man armed himself with an assault rifle and shot them seven times, killing them outside his home in a remote Alaska village, authorities said in charges filed Saturday.
That's nuttiness. That's pure hysteria in posting that to somehow suggest that nine police departments and canine search teams in reaction to urine in a public school and some vandalism is not a police over reaction.

It was _obviously_ an over reaction. We aren't discussing Alaska. We're discussing this prank that apparently went beyond last year's pranks.

The two things are not connected. There is something deeply wrong with the way you tote things up, old man. Now go take the fifth. Burp.
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That's nuttiness. That's pure hysteria in posting that to somehow suggest that nine police departments and canine search teams in reaction to urine in a public school and some vandalism is not a police over reaction.
It was _obviously_ an over reaction. We aren't discussing Alaska. We're discussing this prank that apparently went beyond last year's pranks.
The two things are not connected. There is something deeply wrong with the way you tote things up, old man. Now go take the fifth. Burp.
you are the only one crying like a fat ass ...you didn't know any difference until the principal thinks that she owns the school and not the tax payer ..
if you didn't live off the taxpayer you might not be such a smart ass with the tax payers money ...

but you keep doing what you do best cry and whine like a fag

and I'm glad I'm making you toss and turn
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you are the only one....fag
You're wrong as usual but you're usually not so overt in your many bigotries, you old drunk.

It was not a nine county emergency. That was a sick over reaction.

Maybe all those cops and canine search teams should have been up in Alaska in that unconnected scenario...which actually was dangerous.

You know, unlike some high school snots pissing on the floor of their school is "dangerous."

Oh, and the school official is in a much better place than some decrepit, fascistic wino to say whether the incident has been overblown. Anyone can see that.

Now go cry about your twenty year slip to your AA sponsor.

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You're wrong as usual but you're usually not so overt in your many bigotries, you old drunk.
It was not a nine county emergency. That was a sick over reaction.
Maybe all those cops and canine search teams should have been up in Alaska in that unconnected scenario...which actually was dangerous.
You know, unlike some high school snots pissing on the floor of their school is "dangerous."
Oh, and the school official is in a much better place than some decrepit, fascistic wino to say whether the incident has been overblown. Anyone can see that.
Now go cry about your twenty year slip to your AA sponsor.
yep as usual
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No matter what many think, a felony occurred. Breaking and entering was perpetrated. The alarm system at the school, being zone specific, showed dozens of intruders. No police force would send only one officer into a situation like that. The reason for the dogs is simple. Many of the students caught, we're trying to hide when law enforcement arrived. The dogs were there to verify that all the suspects were found.
This could have all been avoided if only the students hadn't decided to turn senior prank day into a felony. The second that a crime was committed by breaking into the school, the prank ended. From that point forward, it merely became vandilism and destruction of public and private property and they should be punished to the letter of the law.

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I remember what a deputy told a class. It was Oct. 31 of whatever year and he noticed a suspicious pickup truck with 2-3 teens in the cab and maybe 3-4 on the bed with two cases of something on the back. A gust of wind got up and a roll of tissue came sailing out of one of the boxes onto the officer's car. So he pulled them and brought them in on suspicion of vandalism. They got all the parents up to the sheriff's department with the teens, and they all worked out a deal. The teens would return to every yard they papered and clean them by sunrise, and no further action would be taken. Apparently they did that.

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No matter what many think, a felony occurred. Breaking and entering was perpetrated. The alarm system at the school, being zone specific, showed dozens of intruders. No police force would send only one officer into a situation like that. The reason for the dogs is simple. Many of the students caught, we're trying to hide when law enforcement arrived. The dogs were there to verify that all the suspects were found.
This could have all been avoided if only the students hadn't decided to turn senior prank day into a felony. The second that a crime was committed by breaking into the school, the prank ended. From that point forward, it merely became vandalism and destruction of public and private property and they should be punished to the letter of the law.
Actually, a B&E is generally a misdemeanor, but if there is any other crime done while inside, that bumps it up to felony burglary.

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so who do figure should clean that mess up ?
and parking lot .....never...... it is always in a well lighted place because your 1st aide is very important ...
now what . you said this earlier
Maybe the students, and if not, mom and dad. Hey, pet owners have to clean up after their pets.

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Maybe the students, and if not, mom and dad. Hey, pet owners have to clean up after their pets.
I think I just love this post...!!!!

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rather have over re-action at a school any damn time than a too late this ........

Police: 12-year-old girls plotted to stab classmate at NJ school

OCEAN TOWNSHIP, N.J.(AP) Two students face several weapons charges after they allegedly brought an 11-inch kitchen knife and scissors to their southern New Jersey elementary school and planned to attack another student.
WPIX 11 New York
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I would rather have smart cops

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you do they are ones you don't read about
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ok, I'd rather not have stupid cops
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tallyho wrote:
rather have over re-action at a school any damn time than a too late this ........
Police: 12-year-old girls plotted to stab classmate at NJ school
As a matter of fact that far more serious incident didn't seem to require police teams from nine surrounding localities with their canine search teams.

You literally can't fathom what over reaction means. Not even after the school superintendent allowed the whole things was overblown.

The alcohol poisoning....

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rather have over re-action at a school any damn time than a too late this ........
Police: 12-year-old girls plotted to stab classmate at NJ school
OCEAN TOWNSHIP, N.J.(AP) Two students face several weapons charges after they allegedly brought an 11-inch kitchen knife and scissors to their southern New Jersey elementary school and planned to attack another student.
WPIX 11 New York
So I guess we need knife-control and scissor-control laws.

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