His parents say they understand what he did was inappropriate, but are outraged by the way Arvada Police handled the case. The parents do not want their real names used.
They say “Tim” is being treated for ADD and his therapist told him to draw pictures when got upset, rather than disrupt the class. So that’s what he did. Last October, he drew stick figures of himself with a gun, pointed at four other stick figures with the words “teacher must die.”
The FBI captured a teen was given an inert carload of bombs by undercover agents. Authorities say they tried to warn the teen of the dangers and prevent him from going through with it. They also claim he had been contacting individuals planning a plot on his own. Manufactured terrorism or real threat?
A man arrested at a July 4 house party is charged with a count of wiretapping, alleging he used his cell phone to film the police response. Police confirmed Tuesday that Adam H. Whitman, 20, of New Castle, was arrested on that charge. However, the charge is likely to be dismissed and/or replaced with another charge, possibly disorderly conduct or obstructing government administration. Whitman was "impaired by alcohol" when he was arrested and, when the case was later reviewed, wiretapping didn't seem to be "a viable charge."
Parents call the cops to deal with their kid. The cop gets in the teen's face. The teen does not submit and is pepper sprayed for his noncompliance. Granted the kid is a brat and in today's world, this is obviously a police matter.
Six-year-old Ryder is back with his mom at their Madeira Beach home after a traumatic night for the entire family."They locked the gate," said his mom, Dawn Gage. "I could hear him screaming my name."Ryder is autistic and his mom says he's known to have tantrums when he's taken away from normal routine.
Illinois's finest have protected the citizens Quincy by serving a nine year old autistic child into a wall and then to the police station for "aggravated battery against an officer" when he tried to climb out of his "time out area."
Charge a service fee on your restaurant menu, go to jail?
A year in custody is the maximum penalty North Park restaurateur Jay Porter could face in the wake of legal action the San Diego City Attorney’s Office is planning against his popular Linkery restaurant for allegedly violating the state’s unfair-competition laws.