Original post made
by Randy Hill, Another Pleasanton neighborhood,
on Nov 1, 2007
I just wanted to tell the teenagers of Pleasanton that there are better ways to spend your Halloween night than vandalizing people's property. I know, we should have thrown away our pumpkins right at 9 p.m. Halloween night, as to not tempt their pea-sized brains into throwing them in the street. And, I guess I'm even okay with them stealing the pumpkins and shattering them into smitherines, however, I am not okay with finding my garden statuary destroyed in the middle of our court this morning after Halloween.
Our community needs to wake up and start paying attention to the hoodlums that are doing destructive things like this. Is anybody paying attention to what their kids are up to? Is there any supervision once they turn 16? I am really disappointed this morning. Thanks to whoever it was that felt the need to destroy something of mine to make themselves feel almighty and powerful. I know bad karma is coming your way. I hope you are prepared when it hits you.