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Article posted Apr 09 2014, 3:09 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Police State USA Print

Ohio Teen Faces Felony When Car Searched At School, Pocketknife Discovered

The young man was given a psych evaluation and tracked with an ankle bracelet, and faces up to a year in jail.

JEFFERSON, OH ó A young manís future may potentially be shattered after he was charged with the victimless act of keeping a pocketknife in his vehicle while at school. So far heís been kicked out of school, spent 13 days in jail, been given a psych evaluation, and tracked with an electronic ankle bracelet. A felony conviction could cause him to spend up to a year behind bars, and derail all of his career aspirations in public service.

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Posted: Apr 09 2014, 3:58 PM

98103 This is so ridiculous!!!! These cops and schools need serious beatings

Posted: Apr 09 2014, 4:22 PM

24237 Its not a weapon, its a tool.

Posted: Apr 09 2014, 6:55 PM


Posted: Apr 09 2014, 8:01 PM

70195 ever heard of punishment fits the crime? if the jury finds him gilt it's a complete failure of the system in my eyes

Posted: Apr 09 2014, 8:13 PM

71100 I was arrested for possession of a concealed weapon as well.. It was a pocket knife. I was first arrested for possession of a suspended license while sitting in the back seat of a friends car that was pulled over. The officer asked to see my license so he could run it for warrants. I advised him it was suspended and as soon as I handed it to him, he laughed and said I was arrested for possession of the license. He then searched me and found a pocket knife. He put it up against his hand and then called over a female officer to put it up against her hand. When the blade went past HER hand, I was arrested for possession of a concealed weapon.. Pinecreast Florida....(Miami)

Posted: Apr 09 2014, 8:29 PM

17375 "...he's experiencing the reality of the system he wishes to serve" -Chris

That quote ^there, is below this article on the "Breaking News" page. It seems misplaced, even, out of context... though, many things aren't as they seem; makes this article difficult to comment on.

This system doesn't operate on the principles of "reality."

Posted: Apr 09 2014, 10:26 PM

189180 He is too smart to be a police officer. He seems well educated and I'm sure he will land a higher paying job than any of those mentioned. He has his goals set rather low...

Posted: Apr 11 2014, 9:45 PM

69251 The same thing happened to my brother in GA. The worst part was we had been camping the weekend before and his buddy had dropped his knife in there and we didn't even know it was there. He didn't get a felony charge but because of the zero tolerance policy the school had he was kicked out of school his senior year and was a honor role student that had never been in trouble. The county ended up sending him to an alternative school and he finished his high school career there.
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