6-Year-Old Handcuffed And Taken To Police Station

Submitted by: Angelmassb 4 years ago

All this for throwing a tantrum? Story in Credits.
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Male 15,832
[quote]Any adult who can`t control a 6 year old should not be working in a school.[/quote]
The problem is that LEGALLY there is almost nothing they CAN do anymore. If the kid is going completely bat$#!+ crazy and throwing furniture they don`t dare lay a hand on her for fear of being sued into poverty. Between the liberal Democrat educators, the liberal Democrat administrators, and the liberal Democrat trial lawyers, there`s no profit in stepping into the fray. Just call the cops and let them fade the heat.
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Male 741
Paddy, parents in the US are afraid to discipline their children. They`re afraid other adults (or the child himself)will call Social Services and report a case of abuse. No more swift swat on the bottom to correct unwanted behavior, we now have to call the police to tame our children.
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Male 741
I`s havin` a mood swang.
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Male 1,678
A brat whose problems probably stem form her half assed parents who would rather put the behavious down to her having a "bad day" rather than actually admit a problem exists so it can be fixed. Anyway, WTF is up with calling the police? Any adult who can`t control a 6 year old should not be working in a school.
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Male 10,339
I have a 5 year old. If she hits you, it hurts (depending on the location)

Arrested might just teach her a lesson.

I stole something once. I was probably 7.

I slipped it in my pocket in the grocery, and made it all the way home. My mom found out, and unluckily for me, she knew a cop.

After she wore me out, she called him, and he came, cuffed me, and put me in his squad car.

He drove me back to the grocery, and made me return the item.

Once we got out of the grocery store, he shook my hand, and patted me on the head. I got home and gave my mom a huge hug, told her I was sorry, and never stole from a store again.

TOUGH LOVE WORKS PEOPLE! Arresting this girl, might just do the trick.
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Female 155
WTF? If you tell a kid she is a criminal, she is going to grow up thinking shes a criminal. Great job, Amerka.
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Male 5,413
...........AMUUUUUURICA!
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Male 553
I don`t want to live on this planet anymore..
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Male 662
@Anzac5665 I was going to say something about you being racist and bad, but then I saw your age and that you had only maybe 20 years left...maybe sooner if you act stupid to the wrong person...but either way no one will have to listen to your stupid poo again.
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Male 809
GOOD! Take the kid to prison for a day. I could care less. Teach her some manners.
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Male 1,558
Get use to it now so he can met all his homies in jail when he grows up.
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Male 3,445
"Call the police? I thought a chimpout would require calling Animal Control."

Enough with the racist comments. Can`t a mod delete these?
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Male 505
Don`t really think that it was that unjust.

The child was out of control, the school can`t do much when she`s at that point or they`ll be getting sued. They were left with no other choice.

Although I`ve just watched a clip about some toddlers in Australia being taught Krav-Maga...Would make the story so much funnier if the girl knew Krav-Maga.
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Male 523
@trippyhippy9 Unfortunately, that is not legal in our elementary school systems anymore. Not even parents practice it anymore. Why do you think our society becomes more and more pooty by the day?
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Male 523
@collegebound
The kid was destroying property and endangering other students. The administration couldn`t do anything without legal repercussions, mostly due to you youngsters` pooty parents, so they had to do something to stop the childs` rampage.
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Male 523
"You`re a Conservative."
Racism isn`t exclusive to one political philosophy, you know?
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Male 523
@LillianDulci How would you have handled it, Mrs. Pretentious?
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Male 523
@Arcval They didn`t `arrest` her. They detained her and took her to the station to hold her there until her parents showed up.
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Male 523
@eddy666 Corporal punishment* lol not capital
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Male 523
@TKD_Master
No, here`s what happened: Kid is raised by pooty parents who don`t discipline child and instead blame everything on fake ailments such as `mood swings`. Due to improper parenting, the kid started throwing a violent temper tantrum. Due to laws restricting capital punishment and a society full of lawsuits, school faculty can`t do anything to physically stop the tantrum, so they have to call the police. The police physically restrain the kid because that`s the best and safest way to stop the conflict.
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Male 30
Call the police? I thought a chimpout would require calling Animal Control.
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Male 523
@Draculya Irony
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Male 523
@paperduck It has nothing to do about how much `out of control` it was. The police are the only people except for the parents who could have physically stopped this kid without the threat of possible legal ramifications.
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Male 4,793
oh shut up the parents probably wanted to scare a lesson into her... or him... i didn`t read it.
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Male 3,445
Sometimes it amazes me how much unapologetic racism is on display in the comments on this site.
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Male 559
It is relieving to see that there are only a handful of people that think this was unjust. Waste of time maybe, but not unjust.
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Male 1,950
Well it *can`t* be the kid`s fault, so it must be the teacher`s fault for handling this f`ing brat`s tantrum the wrong way? I mean, the cross on the chest of the perceived daddy negates his obvious sub-60 IQ and subsequent stellar parenting skills, so.....
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Male 559
They should have paddled her until she was willing to sit down and be quiet.
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Male 616
put the kid in a foster home, sterilize the parents
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Male 1,239
The girl was biting doorknobs and throwing furniture. The parent did not respond. They can`t keep a violent child in school where they are a danger to other kids. They could have done without cuffs, sure, but did it really hurt to give the kid a dose of reality?
Then the parents chalk up the behavior to "a bad day" and "mood swings" as if the behavior is acceptable on occasion. It`s no wonder she acts that way.
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Male 1,239
[quote]this country is going military...i want out of here...[/quote]

Military family here, with the exception of basic training even the military isn`t as rigid as our gov and law enforcement. Most military people, even most officers, align more with civvies than with the gov. I on`t know anyone serving that is doing it in support for our government; most do it because it`s a good job, good benefits, and some feel they are doing something bigger to protect their families.
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Male 7,123
This is one case where I side with the police The school should have had systems in place - if a six year old`s tatrum is too much for them then they are not up to the job.

But once the police were there and unable to contact the mother they had little choice. If she was going in the car she had to be restrained as even a cild can cause a car to crash if they start lashing around.

At least they didn`t tazer her.
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Male 2,514
Effin` Georgia.
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Male 701
Man I should move to Florida. I`d be the smartest person there, an ima dumass!
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Male 3,364
@mon360: Then that was the stupidest thing anyone has ever said. She`s six.
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Female 4,086
send her ratty little ass to jail. sounds like she`ll be spending a good part of her life there anyway.

and her parents are certainly to blame. no home training, no discipline. its no wonder the country`s going to hell.
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Male 2,545
cup lol *cuff
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Male 2,545
[quote]America, you need to start your laws and government from scratch.[/quote]

yes, yes we do. its been far to long...and if you`re a cop and really feel you need to cup a ~6 year old, I dont want you protecting me.
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Male 143
Teachers have no rights these days, if they tried to restrain the kid they can be charged with child abuse. They probably had no choice from a legal standpoint.

It`s not necessarily the parents fault either, some kids can be complete pricks at school and normal at home.
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Male 766
When the teachers can`t discipline and the parents won`t I guess it is up to the cops . . . I did MY duty. You never saw that kind of behavior in my kids! Ever!
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Male 145
wat.

What are teachers for, then? Aren`t they supposed to be able to deal with kids being little as­sholes?
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Male 735
@jtrebowski i was talking about the kid!
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Male 14,775
America, you need to start your laws and government from scratch.
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Male 303
You know what? im not even gonna watch this...
Not even this surprises me any more.
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Male 33
WELL... to be FAIR... she was black.
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Male 1,745
MeGrendel, if it were a high school punk, yeah I would agree... Call the police. But a 6 year old in kindergarten? Would you really feel that threatened or think the situation is so out of control that you need to call law enforcement?
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Male 3,745
this country is going military...i want out of here...
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Male 13
Again, It`s a Black thing!!!!
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Male 220
Are they speaking English?
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Male 7,353
paperduck-"Call the police? are you serious???"

Yes, call the police. You have a completely out of control child that is endangering herself and others. The school officials have been completely hamstrung by regulations, fear of lawsuits, fear of violent `Not MY Child` parents, and fear of somehow `inhibiting the child`s creativity`.

The ONLY option they have is to call in someone else to be responsible.
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Male 2,631
Parents(In the old days), used to socialize their children and teach them silly things like : Manners, decorum, ethics and self control- even at the age of six. There is no excuse, save a possible medical diagnosis, for this sort of behavior.
Had the brat harmed herself or another child, I`m sure the media would be reporting that story with a very different tone, and the comments would be significantly different.
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Male 7,353
trebowski-"In many cases, it`s a an issue that can be resolved with medicine."

In MOST cases, it`s an issue that can be resolved with discipline.

In MOST cases, medicine is a substitute for actual parenting.

In MOST cases, the kids are taught the opposite of respect. By acting up in class they qualify for that `Crazy Money` (SSI).
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Male 1,745
All I can say is that school must have a really incompetent staff. Call the police? are you serious???

Also, I`m troubled by all the comments on here siding with the school`s "adults"... it gives me chills that we`re being conditioned for the police state.

BTW, I submitted this the day it happened.
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Male 328
I really dont see the problem.
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Male 3,364
@stonardsftw: That`s why we don`t want people who don`t have a clue about behavioral problems don`t wan`t people like you to have kids. In many cases, it`s a an issue that can be resolved with medicine.
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Male 3,364
"Too bad the principal wasn`t carrying a concealed pistol. I`m sure the stand your ground law would have applied here."

Well, it did give the right for Trayvon Martin to beat the stink out of some cop-wanna be chasing him, and look where it got him.
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Male 3,364
robosnitz: "Stay classy black America."

You`re a Conservative.
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Male 17,512
Lillian: Apparently you`ve never dealt with an out of control 6 year old smashing everything in sight.

What do think would`ve happened if this girl wasn`t restrained and she had managed to break the glass and hurt herself? Lawsuit!

If I had ever acted that way at her age, not only would corporal punishment been applied at school, it would`ve been applied at home as well. And my parents wouldn`t have thrown a fit over the handcuffs.

Discipline and respecting authority figures is sorely lacking in today`s schools and at home too. Time-outs do not always work, children push boundaries everyday and sometimes those boundaries need strict adherence for their own safety.
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Male 1,511

Too bad the principal wasn`t carrying a concealed pistol. I`m sure the stand your ground law would have applied here.
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Male 1,311
Meh, should of just pepper sprayed her.
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Male 1,511

Do they make handcuffs for babies?
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Male 154
Must have been Zimmerman`s day off.
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Male 321
@Arcval

I have never once in my entire life seen a 6 year old throw furniture or knock over book shelves in a public place. If a kid tried this 20 years ago he`d be bent over the teachers knees and smacked with a belt, which would have served him right.
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Male 321
@jtrebowski

Kids like this are usually the reason people don`t have kids. The slightest chance they could turn out like that is the sole reason I will probably never have any.

That, and they`d probably end up strangled at one point.
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Male 37,897

The girl tipped a shelf unit over injuring the teacher.
She was attempting to break the glass plate on wall hangings when the officer handcuffed her for her own protection. {It was that or hold her down and sit on her!} Also, the rule for anyone in the back of a police car is to be handcuffed and they did not write an exception if you`re really, really young.

The parents need hauled in with handcuffs for letting their dear little lamb get this bad!
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Male 303
@Stonardsftw:
Well you`ve never had children have you.Kids do this poo on occasion.
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Male 2,737
Stay classy black America.
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Male 321
This wasn`t a tantrum, this was a child terrorist throwing furniture and knocking book cases over. Retarded parents raising their kid to behave like a complete piece of poo, and then go off crying like little bitches on the news, not realizing that the cops are doing a better job of parenting than them.

I would have tazed the kid myself if I could.
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Female 2,674
If you feel the need to handcuff a 6 year old, you`re probably too incompetent to handle actual criminals.
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Male 3,364
"criminal scum"

No. They`re cops. They were just doing their job.
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Male 3,364
OldOllie: "If you raise your children like feral animals, don`t be surprised if that`s how they act."

Sounds like you have a lot of experience. How many kids do you have?
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Male 3,364
Tough call. There`s only so much leeway you can give school officials as far as disciplining or restraining a child, but at the same time, what does actually charging a six-year old with a crime accomplish?
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Male 735
criminal scum
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Male 15,832
If you raise your children like feral animals, don`t be surprised if that`s how they act.

BTW, a temper tantrum involves crying, yelling, and lying on the floor. Throwing furniture at people is taking it way beyond a simple tantrum into the realm of violent criminal assault.
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Male 2,345
wow...this is the country we live in when the nanny state starts arresting little children for a temper tantrum.

someone stop the world, I won`t to throw up and then get off.
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Male 303
How on earth is it legal (let alone not stupid and ridiculous)to arrest a 6 year old!?
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Male 1,511
What do the parents suggest that they should have done???
Mom wasn`t reachable, she was probably off fighting somewhere.
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Male 6,737
Stay classy Muricuh.
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Male 303
How on earth is it legal (let alone not stupid and ridiculous)to arrest a 6 year old!?
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Male 835
Lucky she wasn`t pepper-sprayed.

(too soon?)
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Female 1,008
Omg! My best friend lives in Milly. Also, southern people talk so slowly! It`s weird, man.
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Male 2,384
arrested for being black
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Male 15,510
Link: 6-Year-Old Handcuffed And Taken To Police Station [Rate Link] - All this for throwing a tantrum? Story in Credits.
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