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September 20, 2009 at 6:09 pm #592392
Sat. Sept.19th, I witnessed 2 young boys placing business cards from Daysi’s Salon de Belleza on cars along 35th ave and Roxbury St. As they were doing this the younger of the two boys was peeking into the cars and calling the older boy over to look at what he was looking at. The younger one then proceeded to act as if he was smashing out the back window of my car. They laughed and then proceeded to walk north on 35th ave peeking into other cars as well. I called the salon and spoke with the front desk with whom I was told was a manager. The manager then proceeded to tell me that there was no way that these “kids” would do anything like that and he didn’t understand why I was calling. After I explained again that I thought what they did was completely out of line he hung up on me. After I called him back he said that what he understood was that “the only thing they did was put a card on your car.” He thought that it was ok to snoop and invade people’s privacy and pretend as if you were breaking someone’s window.
I am completely shocked at how the salon handled the situation and want to make everyone aware of the type of people that are running this place are.
Living in an area where there is high car prowling and theft I want to make sure that everyone who lives around 35th and Roxbury watch out for suspicious activity and lock your cars!!!!
I found out these boys are 15 and 12 years old. Please be aware of what is going on in our neighborhood!!!September 20, 2009 at 7:53 pm #677638
What are the best steps we can take to make sure 15 and 12 year old boys are illegal?September 20, 2009 at 8:51 pm #677639
Please re-read Orwells 1984 and pay attention to the sections describing thought crime.
:)September 21, 2009 at 12:27 am #677640September 21, 2009 at 3:02 pm #677641
Thank you for the warning. I’m a couple blocks away but have had my windshield bashed out and my car stolen.
My husband had his stereo stolen so many times years ago that he just quit replacing it.
We now have clubs on all cars and alarms. It does appear they were a little too interested in the contents of the cars.September 21, 2009 at 3:23 pm #677642
I‚Äôm surprised no one who knows these kids is concerned about THEIR safety. There‚Äôs no telling what someone might do if they think their car is being broken into and catch the boys in the act. The kids might think it‚Äôs funny or cool to fake it until an owner body slams them into the hood of the car. ‚ÄúHey, watch this!‚ÄĚ generally ends badly 9 times out of 10, doesn‚Äôt it?September 21, 2009 at 10:48 pm #677643
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