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I called the Police on this girl last night.

 
 
jcboy
 
Reply Thu 7 Apr, 2022 05:50 am
I haven’t been able to go back to sleep. Around 11:30PM we were all in bed and someone rings the doorbell. Of course when that happens the whole house explodes, the dogs start barking, the parrot starts screeching and everyone in the house is awake. So Marco and I get up and look outside and nobody was there. So we thought it was some kids playing around. Everyone goes back to bed but I couldn’t. About 15 minutes later I grabbed the flashlight, cell phone and went out front. I’m standing on the porch and I heard a voice to the left of me, it said, “I’m not going to hurt you” I thought I was going to have a heart attack! I shined the light on her, a young girl probably about sixteen, never seen her before. She was sitting on the ground leaning up against the house where there is an outdoor electrical outlet and she was charging her phone. She asked me three times to please do not call the Police but I went inside and called them anyway. They showed up pretty quick, I told them what happened. They were talking to the girl by the Police car and ended up taking her away. I don’t know what her story was, maybe she was a runaway or on drugs. I felt guilty about calling the Police on this little girl but I felt I didn’t have a choice.
 
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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Thu 7 Apr, 2022 06:11 am
I think you did what you had to.
Linkat
 
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Reply Thu 7 Apr, 2022 06:31 am
@edgarblythe,
Agreed - she is (or at least seems to be) a minor. She is in some sort of trouble - if she ran away because of issues at home - at least now someone else will know about it. If she is homeless or doing something illegal - hopefully she will get the help she needs.

What would be the alternative - you don't call - and whatever her issue(s) are will not go away.

To ease your mind you could call the non-emergency number tomorrow and find out. They may or may not be able to give you some information - to be honest not sure what is public vs private where she is a minor.

But when my niece was hit by a car - my brother just left a note on my mom's fridge saying I went to the hospital J got hit by a car. What the f* - of course he is not answering his phone - I called the police station and they actually gave me the officer that was there and he was able to tell me everything even though she was a minor and that he had no proof I was a family member.
jcboy
 
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Reply Thu 7 Apr, 2022 02:26 pm
@Linkat,
My neighbor lady across the street came over today after seeing the Police here last night. When I told her what happened she knew who the girl was. She’s 15 years old. About two years ago across the street and two homes down a new family purchased the house, they have a 16-year-old son. I don’t know them at all I rarely see anyone out. My neighbor told me his parents allow him to party at home rather then being out and partying. I knew this little girl had been doing something, smoking pot or drinking, I couldn’t tell.

I’m guessing the Police either drove her home or took her in and called her parents to pick her up. I wonder what kind of parents this girl has for her to be out at some boy’s house past 11:30 at night!
jcboy
 
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Reply Thu 7 Apr, 2022 02:27 pm
@jcboy,
Anyway I was so tired from not sleeping I had to take a nap today!
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Linkat
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Reply Thu 7 Apr, 2022 03:15 pm
@jcboy,
Quote:
I wonder what kind of parents this girl has for her to be out at some boy’s house past 11:30 at night!


Could be she was not telling her parents the truth or snuck out - or maybe ones that don't care.

I always think the same thing whenever you hear of on the news that some kid aged whatever (that is way to young to be out say at 2am) was in an accident or beat up - not that I wish anything bad on the kid - just thinking what the heck are the parents thinking.

On an aside - this sort of thing can happen to parents that do not allow their kids to go out at all hours. My nephew - (probably the one in his family that was most responsible) did sneak out one time - his friend picked him up and another friend - unknowingly these other two boys did not know the car was not his - they ended up getting caught by the police and after court and lawyers and much money - he was let go. This kid went on to go into the service, complete his degree and is now a police officer!
jcboy
 
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Reply Thu 7 Apr, 2022 04:53 pm
@Linkat,
Linkat wrote:


Could be she was not telling her parents the truth or snuck out - or maybe ones that don't care.



You could be right about that! and yet on a school night! who knows if the Police drove her home or took her in and called her parents but maybe next time they will keep better tabs on their little girl.
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TribesmenMike
 
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Reply Thu 7 Apr, 2022 05:48 pm
I’m sorry that little 15 year old girl scared you last night, it must have been terrifying Laughing
izzythepush
 
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Reply Fri 8 Apr, 2022 02:44 am
@TribesmenMike,
I think he was more concerned that reports of an unescorted teenage girl might have elicited a visit from the pussy grabbing orange shitgibbon.
TribesmenMike
 
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Reply Sun 10 Apr, 2022 03:09 pm
@izzythepush,
I know I was teasing him. He's a good man. Smile
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Mon 11 Apr, 2022 01:04 am
Reminds of the time when I was at that age (nearly 60 years ago) and had to try to enter our house calmly.
And that years later, I used to make age controls (with police and youth office workers) at 23 h for people under 16 still being there.
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