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BLUE ASH, Ohio (AP) - Police in Ohio say an 89-year-old woman is facing a charge of petty theft because neighborhood children accuse her of refusing to give back their football.
Edna Jester was arrested last week in the Cincinnati suburb of Blue Ash.
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
Nice and clean cut for you mate. What they don't mention is what it took for it to get to that point. I bet that the kids were little spoilt brats who's parents let them run-a-muck on the whole neighborhood.
It wouldn't surprise me if the poor old lady had her hand forced by the parents lack of action, authority & guidance into keeping the ball. I bet they drove that poor old lady insane on many occasions leading up to this and it was a last ditched attempt on her behalf to get the respect (and peace) she deserved.
The incident was caught on tape by people across the street who support Jester.
histories that have made them unqualified to serve on other departments.”
But Atlanta police say it’s not so simple. Officials have been trying without success for more than a decade to grow the department
to 2,000 officers, an effort hurt by this year’s budget crisis. With competition for recruits intense among law enforcement agencies, Atlanta has had to make concessions.