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Eight Forestville residents charged in school larcenies

May 2, 2013

FORESTVILLE — Eight Forestville males, ages ranging from 14-21, have been arrested following an investigation into stolen property from Forestville High School....

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Christopher

May-02-13 11:40 AM

OK, we listen to all that fuss about being able to print the names of pistol permit holders, but none at all about holding back the names of criminals who might just live next door to you!? This country is SO mixed up!!!

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commentor

May-02-13 11:52 AM

All names should be published. They deserve to be embarrassed!!!

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FredoniaFred

May-02-13 1:08 PM

Tyler N. Tyler, Fred J. Fred and Peter R. Peters

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localresident

May-02-13 3:13 PM

Publishing the 21-year-old makes sense as he's an adult. The 18-year-olds' names should be published, since they're adults too.

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Christopher

May-02-13 3:25 PM

Anyone 16 and over should have their names in the paper. I could understand not printing those under 16, depending on the issue.

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notcriminals

May-02-13 4:24 PM

Everyone should be quiet about this, because we are not "criminals" You are all judgmental based people, because some of us... Only were with the people who actually stole property from the school. Also, Most of this article is not true. this happened last summer so you can stop worrying so much about your own personal protection. It was ignorant and disobedient and we understand that completely.

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notcriminals

May-02-13 4:31 PM

And Christopher. You clearly don't have to worry about us. We've all been in this neighborhood for most of our lives. Our names are not on there because that is private information of which it is not necessary to post on a public print. We don't deserve to be embarrassed we know what we did wrong and we have taken responsibility for our actions. Everyone make's mistakes. no need for discrimination. have a nice day.

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kcw007

May-02-13 5:15 PM

notcrimnals, Which of you, who were simply there but didn't do anything wrong, called the police 1st? That person is real "stand up guy" in my book! Some people might even call him a hero! Sort of funny however, if the police were in fact called in a timely fashion in "late summer; that they got around to making the arrests only now? I don't understand that. On the other hand, maybe the cops were real busy with more pressing matters during the past eight months? That's probably it.

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Truthisinthefacts

May-02-13 6:15 PM

notcriminals needs to speak the truth, the break ins started last summer and continued until you were caught last month. You stole, and pawned school materials, you came back and did it again, and again and got others to join you. Not criminal you are a criminal. I do hope you learned from this.

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notcriminals

May-02-13 7:00 PM

No, they only found out what happened because two other kids did something really stupid that got the rest caught. Then names got brought up and what not. Truthisinthefacts? you know nothing. Get outta here.

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notcriminals

May-02-13 7:02 PM

All of you know nothing about the incident.

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Probation

May-02-13 7:12 PM

They need to be embarrassed stealing school property our tax money. Even though there were people there that didn't steal they still were there and that makes them guilty and part of the crime. DO THE CRIME DO THE TIME.I know one of the boys and I'm really disappointed in him should be ashamed of yourself.

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kcw007

May-02-13 7:48 PM

"Then names got brought up and what not". OMG, does this mean that the "SACARED CODE OF THE TEENAGER" to never squeal upon a fellow teenager has been....VIOLATED!!!??? Evidently some people have a lot of soul searching to do! I don't know how they'll be able to live with themselves! :-)

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localresident

May-02-13 8:02 PM

By knowing about the thefts occurring and doing nothing to stop / prevent them, it makes anyone with knowledge if the crime an ACCESSORY TO THE CRIME, which means you are as guilty as the people actually perpetrating the thefts. You do know that if someone robbing a bank/store kills a clerk/patron, EVERYONE taking part in the criminal activity can/will be charged with murder. Anyone with knowledge of criminal activity and not reporting it is part and party to said activity taking place. No excuse.

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localresident

May-02-13 8:04 PM

"All of you know nothing about the incident."

Obviously, your knowledge of the incident is what did you in. Think next time.

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localresident

May-02-13 8:08 PM

Cristopher, anyone under 18 is a minor, and under parental supervision. Only adults, for the most part, can have their names published. It's to prevent a "secret police" state, where people are arrested Gestapo-style (and many, many societies before them).

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RUKIDDING

May-02-13 9:47 PM

Innocent till proven guilty. Think back, most of us have done stupid things. I bet all of us have read a newspaper article sometime in our lives and have known the facts to be wrong or vague. This incident doesn’t seem personal, and no one was hurt. Parents of the listed, keep your heads up, be strong, and help your kids through this. We live, we learn, and life goes on.

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