A teenager decides after church youth group that he is bored and takes off before his parents arrive to pick him up. Everyone is frantic and start a search involving 2-3 local surrounding communities and the helicopter with special equipment and some rescue crews from another city (they are deeply in debt and have police officers laidoff). Hundreds of volunteers, fire fighters, police all looked for this 15 yo. 24 hours later he is found breaking in someones home.
Every other teen would be questioned and probably held at denention center waiting for a hearing. However, he is let off and no one is acknowledging what he did. Papers/news say youth found safe vs youth found breaking into home. Now these cities all have a big rescue bill to pay. Why should tax dollars go to pay for this kid to break into my neighbors home? Doesn't this set up people to question the next missing teen?
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