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Can you identify these kids who trashed our Halloween candy?

Discussion in 'Broadlands Community Issues' started by sonnguyen, Oct 31, 2019.

  1. sonnguyen

    sonnguyen New Member

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    Please let me know if you know who these kids are in this video: (jump to 0:51). I'm looking for the one in the #5 jersey who threw our entire candy bowl at our house. I'm reporting this to the police since they damaged our house in the process of their "fun". It'll be a lot easier if they voluntarily turn themselves in.
     
  2. Capricorn1964

    Capricorn1964 Well-Known Member

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    This is why more and more people are quitting Giving out candy because older kids are ruining/damaging others homes/cars. This is ridiculous.....some parents don’t realize that some of their neighbors may be cops living here. Damaging a cop’s property isn’t a good thing at all because I do know of some neighbors here who do work as police officers.

    I encourage you to press charges for criminal mischief if you get positive I’d on this kid.. additionally, in an effort to I’d the kid, you can take your videotape to the local schools since their school resource officers can possibly id the kids for you.

    Thank god for webcams! To the kid’s parent...nice job raising your kid to damage other people’s property. I hope you have insurance or $$$ to cover the damage—and that this homeowner is nice enough not to take you to civil court.

    I support my neighbors posting videos here of anyone (regardless of age) when they are intentionally damaging others’ property so someone can id the person responsible.

    If anyone doesn’t like videos being posted here, too bad- these kids should have been taught not to damage other’s properties. This is CLEAR evidence to this kid’s parents that it’s indeed their kid damaging stuff that doesn’t belong to him. The kid cannot refute this video evidence of his nefarious actions.
     
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  3. Capricorn1964

    Capricorn1964 Well-Known Member

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    If the HOA removes your video, you can post on the RING community forum if your camera is a RING product and will reach a wider audience in the county....this may be enough to embarrass the parents of this kid coming forward.
     
  4. Mr. Linux

    Mr. Linux Senior Member & Moderator Forum Staff

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    Please do NOT post the names of ANY MINORS from this video on these forums.

    Please reference the Forum Rules located here: https://www.broadlandshoa.org/hoaforum/index.php?pages/forum_rules/

    Specifically, Rule #1 which states:

    1. No posting of contact information of minors. We take the safety of our children here in Broadlands very seriously and will never put them at risk by posting their private information online. As such, if any contact information relating to a minor is posted here, we will remove that information as soon as it is noticed.

    Thank you for your understanding.
     
  5. JJB

    JJB Member

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    The video is self explanatory. I would like to know if these delinquents have been found and what the resolution was. No names necessary. Hopefully the video was turned over the sheriffs ofc.
     

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