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Tire Slashers Caught -- Felony Charges to Come

Original post made by raise your kids on Apr 20, 2012

Great job PPD! (Comment partially removed by Pleasanton Weekly Online staff)a 14 and 15 yr old were arrested for the wave of tire slashings. Another kid is suspected to be involved.
Now everyone whose tires were slashed needs to SUE THE PARENTS OF THE WORTHLESS LITTLE CREEPS to get your money back. The parents should be named so that anyone living near them can be aware of the kind of criminals they have raised.
I hope the DA is smart enough to file the felony charges and that the charges remain on the records of those idiots for life. Unfortunately, their records will likely be sealed so that they can continue to destroy property and worse.
Nice job mommies and daddies, you let your spawn destroy property at will and have apparently done nothing to stop it. The tires were most likely slashed in the middle of the night -- so, parents, do you know where your little criminals are during the night? 14 and 15 yr old kids do not belong out on the street all night long.

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Posted by Glenn Wohltmann, Pleasanton Weekly reporter
on Apr 20, 2012 at 3:35 pm

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