First thing’s first: Lock your car doors. If you get something stolen from your car and the car door was unlocked, then, as sad as it is, I don’t feel bad for you. Well, I guess I feel bad for you a little bit, but, really, lock your car door.
Also, teenagers are cool and easily influenced. That being said, you should use that influence for good. So, have them do dishes or make you dinner. Or, better yet, influence them to bake REALLY good pastries.
I mean, sure, you want make a lot of money from it, but at least you will be satiated.
Nazareth police have charged a woman and her boyfriend with having teens break into dozens of vehicles and said they recovered $20,000 in suspected stolen goods.
Christine Petchonka, 49, (FACEBOOK PROFILE) of Nazareth, was arraigned Wednesday on theft and related charges. Police have also charged her 16-year-old son, another teen and Petchonka’s boyfriend, Ian Shoemaker, who remains at large.
Police said they broke into unlocked vehicles around the Lehigh Valley, stealing purses, electronics and cell phones.
Nazareth police Chief Thomas Trachta said an estimated $20,000 in stolen items were found at a storage locker rented by Petchonka. SOURCE: The Morning Call
$20,000 in stuff from people’s cars!?!? Since when did people keep loose HDTVs in their back seats? Or, since when did people take the time to steal $20,000 in loose change?
As awful as this is, I’m super surprised by the whole “take”.
Also, she’s going in the “mother of the year” voting. We’ll get to that in a few months. Great contender!