Thursday, January 10, 2013

Shocking Adult/Student Violence


Disturbing School Bus Stop Brawls Caught On Camera

Photo Credit: KDKA
Photo Credit: KDKA
SWISSVALE (KDKA) – Swissvale police are increasing patrols near a school bus stop where two major brawls happened the past few days.
Cell phone videos captured by students show a crowd of as many as 60 students and parents fighting in the streets of Swissvale, on both Monday and Tuesday.
“They were riots”, says Swissvale Police Chief Greg Geppert. Even worse, the fights were made up of both kids, and adults.
Police say they have already arrested five adults and minors, and are looking for close to a dozen more. The students, and parents were reportedly from the Woodland Hills School district.
“It was appalling. I’ve been very disappointed”, says Woodland Hills School Superintendent Alan Johnson. The superintendent says any students involved with the brawls will be suspended and expelled from school if possible.
Meantime, those who witnessed the fights in the neighborhood along south Braddock Avenue in Swissvale say they are afraid to walk to the store.
“I’m afraid for my life. I won’t go for a walk anymore”, says a woman who didn’t want to be identified.
Four different local police departments are working to find all of the students and adults fighting on the video
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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.ksl.com/?sid=23686847&nid=148&title=volunteers-help-search-for-missing-teen-&s_cid=featured-3

Craig Hiller, Brooklyn's step-grandfather, said everything in Brooklyn's home was normal Tuesday night.



"(There was) nothing going on at home that would cause her to leave. They were exercising before she went to bed," he said. "Everything was fine. ... We want her to call or come home."



Matt Tulin, the fiance of Brooklyn's mother, said the family remains optimistic for a good ending.



"I know we'll find Brooklyn. I want to say to Brooklyn, 'Please come home. We love you,'" he said. "With our faith, there's a lot of hope. We know the outcome will be positive."

Missing teen in Utah. Mom's boyfriend statement.
"I want to say" (but can't?)

Mainah said...

OT: See the deception, from the big corp suckler; I do:

“Farmers who have no interest in using Monsanto’s patented seed products have no rational basis to fear a lawsuit from Monsanto,” Tom Helscher, Monsanto’s director of corporate affairs, said in a statement provided to the Bangor Daily News on Wednesday. “As was stated in the court, it has been, and remains, Monsanto’s policy not to exercise its patent rights where trace amounts of our patents are present in a farmer’s fields as a result of inadvertent means.”

shmi said...

to Mainah,
They may choose to exercise their patent rights whenever they want!

Even if trace amounts are found, through no fault of the farmer.

Hobnob said...

"(There was) nothing going on at home that would cause her to leave. They were exercising before she went to bed," he said. "Everything was fine. ... We want her to call or come home."

Order is important

Call comes before come home?

Nothing cannot happen.

Anonymous said...

Good News! The Utah teen has been found safely.

[The story is still weird and unanswered questions abound.}

shmi said...

What is the rioting about? The article does not state.