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Rocklin girl drugs parents over Internet access, police say

 

Rocklin girl drugs parents over Internet access, police say

2 girls arrested for using sleeping pills in milkshakes

 UPDATED 2:47 PM PST Jan 02, 2013
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) -A Rocklin girl who had been denied Internet access by her parents mixed a friend's sleeping medicine into their milkshakes in order to go online while they were in the drug-induced slumber, police said.

 

The girl and her friend, of Roseville, were both arrested on charges of conspiracy, and willfully mixing a drug into food, the Rocklin Police Department said in a press release.

On Friday, the girl is said to have secretly put a friend's medicine into her parents' milkshake.

Police said the parents thought the milkshakes had an odd taste.

The unsuspecting parents, however, consumed about a quarter of their shakes.

Police said the parents drank enough of the milkshake for the medicine to take effect. Within an hour, they fell asleep and did not wake up until the following morning.

By drugging the parents, the two girls were then free to use the home Internet while her parents were passed out asleep.

The pair did not remember what occurred.

Through their investigation, police said the girl thought her parents were too strict because they did not allow her to access the Internet after 10 p.m.

They were booked into Placer County Juvenile Hall on Monday.

The suspects' names are not being released because of their age.



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by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 8:31 AM
Replies (21-30):
gammie
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 10:51 AM

yes if it was the weekend (it was Friday)and have been a good kid than why not?

The parents still have to be on top of them to see what they  are up too.

Quoting katy_kay08:

Why does the day of the week matter exactly?   Do teens need to stay up all night hanging out on the computer?  

Quoting gammie:

?

Quoting katy_kay08:

:|

Quoting gammie:

im assuming it was a weekend

Quoting katy_kay08:

so not allowing a teenager to access the internet after 10 pm is too strict?  

You got "no real communication" and "too strict" from this article?  You must have lettered in the Long jump in school.  

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.







PortiaRose
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 10:51 AM
I wonder if she was a genius, or just bold. Did they have men they were speaking with?

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.

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gammie
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 10:52 AM

Your are right got the two confused.

Quoting Sisteract:

Rich area? No, solidly middleclass- 

Granite Bay, a neighboring town, now that is rich-

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.



katy_kay08
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 10:54 AM

so you get she was good kid from a story about a girl that appears to have thought 'hey, I'll drug my parent's so I can break their rules'?  

As for why not?  Because creating responsible limits on a teens Internet usage is not "too strict" it's responsible.  Perhaps they do not want to stay up all night monitoring their daughter's Internet usage so the work around for them is setting a reasonable cut off time, and yes 10 pm is reasonable.  

Quoting gammie:

yes if it was the weekend (it was Friday)and have been a good kid than why not?

The parents still have to be on top of them to see what they  are up too.

Quoting katy_kay08:

Why does the day of the week matter exactly?   Do teens need to stay up all night hanging out on the computer?  

Quoting gammie:

?

Quoting katy_kay08:

:|

Quoting gammie:

im assuming it was a weekend

Quoting katy_kay08:

so not allowing a teenager to access the internet after 10 pm is too strict?  

You got "no real communication" and "too strict" from this article?  You must have lettered in the Long jump in school.  

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.








gammie
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 10:55 AM

never said what site they were at, but  I'm sure the parents look it up. I would call her dumb.

Quoting PortiaRose:

I wonder if she was a genius, or just bold. Did they have men they were speaking with?

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.


gammie
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 11:00 AM

I never said she was a good kid, they did not talk about that in the article.

I believe in teaching responsibility but also I believe in rewards. If my child did great they got to do more, if they something wrong they did not even ask.

Quoting katy_kay08:

so you get she was good kid from a story about a girl that appears to have thought 'hey, I'll drug my parent's so I can break their rules'?  

As for why not?  Because creating responsible limits on a teens Internet usage is not "too strict" it's responsible.  Perhaps they do not want to stay up all night monitoring their daughter's Internet usage so the work around for them is setting a reasonable cut off time, and yes 10 pm is reasonable.  

Quoting gammie:

yes if it was the weekend (it was Friday)and have been a good kid than why not?

The parents still have to be on top of them to see what they  are up too.

Quoting katy_kay08:

Why does the day of the week matter exactly?   Do teens need to stay up all night hanging out on the computer?  

Quoting gammie:

?

Quoting katy_kay08:

:|

Quoting gammie:

im assuming it was a weekend

Quoting katy_kay08:

so not allowing a teenager to access the internet after 10 pm is too strict?  

You got "no real communication" and "too strict" from this article?  You must have lettered in the Long jump in school.  

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.









TerriAnne2606
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 11:01 AM

Hahah -I would be in so much trouble. I used to unplug the internet at night from the router and then lock the door getting into the room with the router.  

katy_kay08
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 11:06 AM

you made the leap that this happened as a result of the parent's being too strict and suggested that a 10 pm curfew on the computer was unreasonable and it was perfectly acceptable for teens to stay up all night playing on the internet.  

I will say good kid or not, there is no reason for a 15 y/o girl to stay up online late into the night as it's unreasonable to expect the parent's are also going to stay up all night to monitor her activities online.  


Quoting gammie:

I never said she was a good kid, they did not talk about that in the article.

I believe in teaching responsibility but also I believe in rewards. If my child did great they got to do more, if they something wrong they did not even ask.

Quoting katy_kay08:

so you get she was good kid from a story about a girl that appears to have thought 'hey, I'll drug my parent's so I can break their rules'?  

As for why not?  Because creating responsible limits on a teens Internet usage is not "too strict" it's responsible.  Perhaps they do not want to stay up all night monitoring their daughter's Internet usage so the work around for them is setting a reasonable cut off time, and yes 10 pm is reasonable.  

Quoting gammie:

yes if it was the weekend (it was Friday)and have been a good kid than why not?

The parents still have to be on top of them to see what they  are up too.

Quoting katy_kay08:

Why does the day of the week matter exactly?   Do teens need to stay up all night hanging out on the computer?  

Quoting gammie:

?

Quoting katy_kay08:

:|

Quoting gammie:

im assuming it was a weekend

Quoting katy_kay08:

so not allowing a teenager to access the internet after 10 pm is too strict?  

You got "no real communication" and "too strict" from this article?  You must have lettered in the Long jump in school.  

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.










gammie
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 11:12 AM

As a parent I would not stay up all night you set a hour or whatever you want.

You as a parent do what is best for you!!


Quoting katy_kay08:

you made the leap that this happened as a result of the parent's being too strict and suggested that a 10 pm curfew on the computer was unreasonable and it was perfectly acceptable for teens to stay up all night playing on the internet.  

I will say good kid or not, there is no reason for a 15 y/o girl to stay up online late into the night as it's unreasonable to expect the parent's are also going to stay up all night to monitor her activities online.  


Quoting gammie:

I never said she was a good kid, they did not talk about that in the article.

I believe in teaching responsibility but also I believe in rewards. If my child did great they got to do more, if they something wrong they did not even ask.

Quoting katy_kay08:

so you get she was good kid from a story about a girl that appears to have thought 'hey, I'll drug my parent's so I can break their rules'?  

As for why not?  Because creating responsible limits on a teens Internet usage is not "too strict" it's responsible.  Perhaps they do not want to stay up all night monitoring their daughter's Internet usage so the work around for them is setting a reasonable cut off time, and yes 10 pm is reasonable.  

Quoting gammie:

yes if it was the weekend (it was Friday)and have been a good kid than why not?

The parents still have to be on top of them to see what they  are up too.

Quoting katy_kay08:

Why does the day of the week matter exactly?   Do teens need to stay up all night hanging out on the computer?  

Quoting gammie:

?

Quoting katy_kay08:

:|

Quoting gammie:

im assuming it was a weekend

Quoting katy_kay08:

so not allowing a teenager to access the internet after 10 pm is too strict?  

You got "no real communication" and "too strict" from this article?  You must have lettered in the Long jump in school.  

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.











gammie
by on Jan. 4, 2013 at 11:17 AM

The reason I assume they are strict is because the daughter was afraid to ask, I assume it  is out of the question. So she felt she had to put them in a coma to do what she wants.

To me this shows no respect and fear!

Quoting katy_kay08:

so you get she was good kid from a story about a girl that appears to have thought 'hey, I'll drug my parent's so I can break their rules'?  

As for why not?  Because creating responsible limits on a teens Internet usage is not "too strict" it's responsible.  Perhaps they do not want to stay up all night monitoring their daughter's Internet usage so the work around for them is setting a reasonable cut off time, and yes 10 pm is reasonable.  

Quoting gammie:

yes if it was the weekend (it was Friday)and have been a good kid than why not?

The parents still have to be on top of them to see what they  are up too.

Quoting katy_kay08:

Why does the day of the week matter exactly?   Do teens need to stay up all night hanging out on the computer?  

Quoting gammie:

?

Quoting katy_kay08:

:|

Quoting gammie:

im assuming it was a weekend

Quoting katy_kay08:

so not allowing a teenager to access the internet after 10 pm is too strict?  

You got "no real communication" and "too strict" from this article?  You must have lettered in the Long jump in school.  

Quoting gammie:

The parents testes themselves and turned them in. Good for them.

Sorry But I find this to be funny.

This is what happiness when you are way to strict and you have NO real communication. The kids end up being dumb and do the same as the kid that is allowed to running around.

Rocklin is a rich area.









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