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  • That's some fine police work there Lou.
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  • If I were king, this cop would have to pay the citation himself AND spend a week interviewing inmates at a supermax and writing a report on what they did to get put into supermax and how stopping that kind of crime is his job, not writing citations to 3 year olds.
  • Will the 3-year-old now have to register as a sex offender?
  • I'm just curious, what was the 3 year-old's mens rea at the time of the incident.

    Seriously stupid on the part of the cop. A 3 year-old does not have the mental capacity to understand that urinating in public is wrong.
  • If the kid doesn't pay the fine, will they throw him in jail?
  • I know as a society we haven't decided if letting a 3-year old urinate in public is ok or not, but I'm pretty sure we can all agree that a $2500 is just a bit excessive.
  • In the UK, the kid is below the age where they can be prosecuted for anything. This is only a story if your country has draconian outdated laws. Do you have workhouses for poor people as well?
  • so should anonymous get in on this?
  • xanadian: Will the 3-year-old now have to register as a sex offender?


    This is what I came here to ask.

    /funnied and smarted
  • Police are the most useless members of society.
  • There seems to be more to this story than reported:

    I said we are on our property and he said it's in public view," said the boy's grandmother, Jennifer Warden.

    But they point out the street is actually quite rural, yet the Wardens who live on two and half acres say this one officer parks at the end of their street daily. So they asked why.

    "It's a public street and he wants to, so he can," Jennifer Warden said.


    Something smells here, it sounds like the officer has a personal beef with the family. Or thats his lunch spot
  • dready zim: In the UK, the kid is below the age where they can be prosecuted for anything. This is only a story if your country has draconian outdated laws. Do you have workhouses for poor people as well?

    Yes, they're called prisons.
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  • Fire the cop, then shoot him in the head
  • According to TFA, the cop sits at the end of the street but he was able to get to the lawn before the boy could actually urinate.

    Why the heck is he parking there and staring at little boys??
  • dready zim: In the UK, the kid is below the age where they can be prosecuted for anything. This is only a story if your country has draconian outdated laws. Do you have workhouses for poor people as well?


    The kid didn't get the ticket, his mother did.
  • FTA: "But they point out the street is actually quite rural, yet the Wardens who live on two and half acres say this one officer parks at the end of their street daily."

    Sounds like the officer (who for some reason is not named in the story) has an axe to grind with that family.
  • dready zim: In the UK, the kid is below the age where they can be prosecuted for anything. This is only a story if your country has draconian outdated laws. Do you have workhouses for poor people as well?


    It's the same here. The youngest age in the US is six, and that's only in North Carolina. A large number use common law definitions, which is seven. Most have it at ten or higher.
  • LandOfChocolate: There seems to be more to this story than reported:

    I said we are on our property and he said it's in public view," said the boy's grandmother, Jennifer Warden.

    But they point out the street is actually quite rural, yet the Wardens who live on two and half acres say this one officer parks at the end of their street daily. So they asked why.

    "It's a public street and he wants to, so he can," Jennifer Warden said.

    Something smells here, it sounds like the officer has a personal beef with the family. Or thats his lunch spot


    Yup, cop must've got shot down by the mom to go to a prom or something. Even if he's not a grudger, he's the type of cop that just lost himself a raise for the negative pr he just brought upon the town.
  • dready zim: In the UK, the kid is below the age where they can be prosecuted for anything. This is only a story if your country has draconian outdated laws. Do you have workhouses for poor people as well?


    As someone said in the comments this is the case where the crime happened too, although a citation is needed:

    In the first place, you can't charge a child under the age of 8 for any crime--Under Oklahoma law they are incapable of committing a crime. Secondly, you can't charge a parent for a crime committed by a child. The only way you can charge a parent is if they told the child to commit a crime or they facilitated in some way for the child to commit a crime. THIS DUMB **** COP NEEDS TO BE TERMINATED. This is a blatant abuse of authority and any expenses incurred by this family should be recovered from the city.
  • Attention all Police Officers: This is why people hate you.
  • xanadian: Will the 3-year-old now have to register as a sex offender?

    FTA: this one officer parks at the end of their street daily.


    I think we can all put two and two together.

    /the officer is the sex offender
    //and Darth = Luke's father
    ///it turns out Bruce Willis' character . . . . .
  • Englebert Slaptyback: According to TFA, the cop sits at the end of the street but he was able to get to the lawn before the boy could actually urinate.

    Why the heck is he parking there and staring at little boys??


    THIS ...Lots and Lots

    Cop seems like a perv hanging out watching, always watching, for the young boys

    Is this the officer?

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  • Little boys pee on everything. My coworker's son was peeing in the heater vent in his room. My neighbor's grandkids pee behind the bushes on their lawn during daylight hours. Or that's what I understand when I hear the grandma yelling, "It's light out! Go pee behind the bushes!" I grew up in the country, so I peed on anything I wanted to: off bridges, on small animals, on the side of the barn, whatever.
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