Smart girls. I admire them for keeping such a cool head in this situation. I
don't know if I could have! Glad everyone is OK.
@EliyahuI don't watch t.v. and rarely watch movies; I was
listening because I was working on a piece of art and my husband had it on. The
news reported there were three suspects and one was at large, I was concerned
because I thought showing the girls might make them more vulnerable to
retaliation by the third suspect. I've been around long enough to know that
witnesses are often in danger.
Grateful that the girls were safe. Suggest the family buy a doggie. They can be
a deterrence to burglars who hit homes at random....unless of course it's
my dog. Give her a milkbone and she'll lead you to all the hidden valuables
in the home.
This is one of the reason why we have the 2nd Amendment.
My question is, What took the police so long to get there? Horrible things could
have happened to those girls.
@PLM:The burglars already know where the girls live -- they' just
broken into the place. As far as them being at risk of "revenge",
you've been watching too many TV movies. The two are in jail, and given the
seriousness of breaking into an occupied dwelling, their bail is certain to be
high enough that they'll stay there until trial.
Another instance where the perpetrators deserve only justice, no mercy.
God bless these girls. I doubt the burglars will be punished severely enough.
More crime from drug addicts.
I thought the press wasn't supposed to print the names of minors. What if
this yayhoo gets out and comes looking for them?
This was reported on the Channel Two News last night and all I could think was
that they were interviewing and showing the two minor victims while one of the
suspects was still at large. I was outraged. Unless the police were using this
as a tactic to lure the suspect back, these two girls are now at greater risk;
he knows where they live and what they look like. I think it was dangerously