When two juvenile burglars broke into a Madison Valley resident’s home at 11:30 a.m. December 7, the resident locked herself and her baby in a bathroom and called 911, according to SPD. Police were able to arrive in time to catch the suspects, ages 14 and 15. They were booked into the Youth Services Center.
On December 7th, at approximately 11:30 am, East Precinct officers responded to a 911 call from a resident in the 200 Block of 29th Avenue East stating that someone had broken a window and was inside her home. The victim locked herself and her baby in a bathroom while remaining on the line with 911 operators. Officers arrived within minutes and located two juvenile males on the property. They were quickly taken into custody. The victim was able to positively identify one of the suspects as the one she saw crouched next to a broken basement window.
East Precinct Burglary detectives interviewed the two suspects, ages, 14 and 15, before they were booked into the Youth Services Center for Investigation of Residential Burglary.
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Wonder how many baby mamas these charmers are going leave unsupported in their futures. Here’s to hoping the juvenile services can turn them around.
Congratulations to Mom, who kept a clear head. Thank you to SPD for arriving quickly. Boys, shaking my head.
The good news is that you are relatively young and it isn’t too late to turn your lives around. But it is getting close.
Sad but true in most cases. Should toss the parents into the juvenile services also, might learn a thing or two.
It’s too late, the moment that a human thinks they can just take take take, it’s over. They will learn the justice system pretty well before they kill someone.
People can change. They just don’t.