Kids at bus stops
By Karen Brown
October 17, 2009
Every morning I take my foster grandson to the bus stop. We
sit and wait until the bus leaves for Fawn Mountain. In the
last few mornings we have watched children from the Houghtling
Bus Stop. We have watched them fighting with each other. One
morning, one little boy was being sat on while others were "tickling"
him, rocks are thrown at kids and at other people's property.
There are a lot of children here and some are rather small and
can't fight back. My daughter went over and rescued the little
boy who was being sat on, the day before or sometime last week
she spoke to them about throwing rocks at each other and property.
I feel someone needs to monitor
this area and stop this behavior before some one gets hurt or
something gets broken. One small boy threatened us with his
mother but he knew we knew him from the neighborhood so he had
better not rock the boat.
If your child is at the bus
stop on Schoenbar by the Recreation Center, maybe you should
drive by some morning and see what your children are up to.
We only want the best for the kids and that they not get into
trouble by destroying other people's property.
Received October 13, 2009 -
Published October 17, 2009
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