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Grandmother threw rowdy kids from grandson's sleepover out into the 23 degree weather at 4:30 AM

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Connecticut grandmother who threw rowdy kids from grandson's sleepover is arrested

Barbara Aiello, 71, was charged with two counts of risk of injury to a minor after booting the boys, ages 10 and 11, from her Middletown home early Sunday. Police said it was 4:30 in the morning and the temperature outside was 23 degrees. Aiello claimed she didn't realize how late it was when she kicked them out.

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Tuesday, February 5, 2013, 9:41 AM
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Grandmother arrested after ending rowdy sleepover.

NBC Connecticut

Barbara Aiello, 71, is scheduled to go to court Feb. 11 on a charge of risking injury to minors after she threw out two adolescent boys from her Middletown, Conn., home early Sunday.

 

A Connecticut grandma - fed up with her grandson's boisterous sleepover party - was thrown in jail after she booted two young boys from her home.

 

Police say Barbara Aiello, of Middletown, endangered the boys' lives when she kicked them out around 4:30 a.m. Sunday and into the cold. The 71-year-old was charged with two counts of risk of injury to a minor and is set to appear in court Monday, according to NBC Connecticut.

 

Aiello told the station that she ousted the boys, ages 10 and 11, in a fit of rage when they became too rowdy.

  

"I said ... everybody out," Aiello recalled. "I opened the door, not thinking, not realizing the time. I was angry and said, ‘Go home.'"

 

She has been raising her 14-year-old grandson, Christopher, since his father died last year, according to NBC Connecticut.

 

A mother of one of the boys called police later that morning after he told her what happened.

  

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NBC Connecticut

The Middletown, Conn., home where police say Barbara Aiello, 71, kicked two young boys out of early Sunday.

 

Police said the kids were tossed out when the temperature was a frigid 23 degrees, The Middletown Press reported.

 

Cops asked Aiello why she didn't drive the boys home, and she allegedly said she "didn't think of that," according to The Press.

 

At least one of the boys lived in the same condo complex as Aiello.

 

The grandmother griped that she felt like a common criminal after she was cuffed.

 

Instead of ringing up police, Aiello said through tears, the boy's mom should have called her first.

 

"Is this how you want to be treated?" Aiello told NBC Connecticut. "Or can't we face-to-face, and talk to one another? Can't we talk to one another?"

 

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by on Feb. 6, 2013 at 9:42 AM
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by Thatwoman on Feb. 6, 2013 at 1:22 PM

I think it helps that she even looks nuts...

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