Where Are Our Parents: Two 8-Year-Olds Suspected In String Of Car Break-Ins

- By Bossip Staff

We have got to do better about preventing these little children from doing hoodrat isht with their friends.

Atlanta police say two 8-year-old boys were among a number of juveniles implicated recently in a spate of burglaries in southwest Atlanta.

“We are seeing an increase in burglaries in the Princeton Lake & Deerwood communities,” APD Zone 4 Commander Maj. Rodney Bryant wrote Monday in a email alert sent to affected residents.

One of the incidents occurred last weekend when police interrupted an attempted car theft on Harwell Road in Zone 4. An 8-year-old suspect was detained along with a 14-year-old, but no charges were filed against the younger child, Bryant said.

An 8-year-old also was suspected in a home break-in on Abbey Avenue near Washington and Ben Hill roads. He, too, was accompanied by an older youth, Bryant said. In both cases, the alleged junior bandits were returned to their parents.

Bryant said Zone 4 officers have made a number of burglary-related arrests in recent weeks, with juvenile offenders accounting for more than half of those charged.

Thank goodness Georgia kids go back to school this week and next… Damn delinquents!


More Stories From Bossip


  • http://gravatar.com/birdshu Mrs. Rance

    School is no deterent for mini criminals. My guess is they don’t attend much. Moms should know where their 8 year olds are at all times. They shouldn’t have the freedom to be out breaking into cars. But since the world is not perfect they will likely continue their reign of terror until that life sentence is handed down and will never have productive lives.

  • 0704'11

    YeE RiiGhHtT LiiKkEe sKoO iiS gUnNa StToP tThHeEsEe KkiiDs FrOm DoiiN wAtT tThHeEyY dOiiN wAtT tThHeEyY gUnNa Do iiS DiiTtChH sKoO fOsHhO

blog comments powered by Disqus