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(NW Florida Daily News)   On second thought, maybe it wasn't such a good idea to tell the cop you had been breaking into cars all night and even your bike was stolen   ( divider line
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2012-09-10 03:05:34 AM  
Part of this story confused me at first, why did he have 4 prescription bottles with 4 different names? Then I was like, really, that many people keep prescription pills in their gloveboxes that a teenage kid might be interested in? Then I remembered I grew up in this neighborhood and a lot of things made more sense.

/not subby
2012-09-10 05:19:21 AM  
At least the kid was honest. Maybe there's still hope for him.

Not much hope, but still.
2012-09-10 05:45:19 AM  
teenager on a bike can outrun most anything. lazy bones.
2012-09-10 06:36:13 AM  
Could these punks nowadays possibly be any stupider?
2012-09-10 10:09:20 AM  
And he was released into the custody of his mother.

No no you don't DO that, stupid police officers. You keep an idiot like that under lock and key until the trial! You just know that he's gonna jump bail.
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