Skip to comments.Boy Allegedly Stabs 2 With Hypodermic Needle
Posted on 10/22/2009 12:02:04 PM PDT by greatdefender
MARATHON, Fla. -- An 11-year-old boy has been turned over to the Department of Juvenile Justice after authorities charged him with stabbing two 9-year-olds with a hypodermic needle and threatening a third one.
The suspect, who was not named by Monroe County Sheriff's officials because he is a minor, was standing in a cafeteria line in school last Thursday.
Monroe County Sheriff's deputies said the suspect stabbed two kids in the buttocks with a hypodermic needle. He then chased a third boy, who ran away and hid. The two victims told a teacher, who found the needle hidden in the suspect's book.
The boy was charged Wednesday with two counts of battery and one count of assault. He was booked at the Marathon Detention Center.
When I was in the 2nd grade a kid in the 3rd grade terrorized a bunch of us with just a phony hypodermic needle that receded into a hidden tube as he “stuck” you with it.
I still remember the fear when he “stuck” it into my arm.
Those poor kids. They will remember this the rest of their lives. The creaton that did this needs to sit in a hoosegow for a stretch.
Weird that’s exactly what the Muslim Chinese Quigers did in the riots a couple of months ago!
Weird that’s exactly what the Mus.lim Chinese Quigers did in the riots a couple of months ago!
The question is: where did he get it? I mean, how does a kid come by a hypodermic needle...hmmmm? Hope cops are checking out his home and taking a snoop around.
There’s only two elementary schools in Marathon, Florida. One a private Lutheran school and the other a public school. The church school is 100% white and most likely well to do. The public is lower than the average state income, has about 40-something % hispanic and nearly the same white, and ranks 7 of 10 stars at greatschools.com.
Most likely the kid has a history of trouble making and the needle belonged to mom or her live in boyfriend.
Relative could be a diabetic.
Same with the folks who put thumbtacks on chairs.
They wound up leaving small black/blue marks were the lead still remains broken off.
This happened on the north west side of Chicago in one of the ‘better’ neighborhoods.
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