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#1 PUBBY

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Posted 08 March 2017 - 10:25 AM


 
Seven Hills/Cedarcrest Entering Auto Suspects Arrested

 (Paulding County, GA) In the overnight hours of January 22, 2017 the Seven Hills/Cedarcrest Road area of northern Paulding County was hit with multiple entering auto incidents. This crime spree took place in the Seven Hills Subdivision and the Park at Cedarcrest Subdivision.

The majority of the incidents consisted of the suspects entering unlocked automobiles and taking items. In one of the incidents, the suspects actually entered a garage (which had the garage door open) and stole items from inside the garage area.

Multiple items were stolen during this incident to include a firearm from one of the victims. Through rigorous Detective work, cooperation from the community, and the utilization of home surveillance video footage, Detectives have made two arrests in the case.

The following individuals have been arrested in connection to the entering autos in the Seven Hills/Cedarcrest Road area:

Jamel Raheim Cole
Jamel Raheim Cole B/M 20 YOA of Dallas, GA
-Burglary -Entering Auto
-Financial Transaction Card Fraud


Marlin Dennard
Marlin Dennard Nichols B/M 19 YOA of Dallas, GA
-Entering Auto
-Financial Transaction Card Fraud


Detectives want to encourage everyone to take valuables out of their vehicle at night, lock your car doors, and keep your homes locked and your garage doors down. If possible, we encourage everyone to keep their vehicles secured inside a garage.

Detectives are still looking for a male and female suspect in this case. If you have any information regarding the identity of these individuals or any information on these entering auto cases, please call Detectives with the Criminal Investigations Division of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office at (770) 443-3015.
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Posted 08 March 2017 - 11:04 AM

These folks are not "youths". They are grown ass men. Stealing for a living instead of working.



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Posted 08 March 2017 - 11:20 AM

These folks are not "youths". They are grown ass men. Stealing for a living instead of working.



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What she said ^^


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Posted 08 March 2017 - 11:56 AM

These folks are not "youths". They are grown ass men. Stealing for a living instead of working.



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Posted 08 March 2017 - 01:21 PM

Youth is an amorphous term generally considered the time between one leaves the age of compulsory education and obtaining their first job. I sincerely doubt these individuals were gainfully employed or else they wouldn't be pulling such numskull crap.  For verification of that fact:

 

 

 

What does the United Nations mean by ‘youth’?

 

The United Nations, for statistical purposes, defines ‘youth’, as those persons between the ages of 15 and 24 years, without prejudice to other definitions by Member States. The Secretary-General first referred to the current definition of youth in 1981 in his report to the General Assembly on International Youth Year (A/36/215, para.8 of the annex) and endorsed it in ensuing reports (A/40/256, para. 19 of the annex).

 

However, in both the reports, the Secretary-General also recognized that, apart from that statistical definition, the meaning of the term ‘youth’ varies in different societies around the world. When the General Assembly, by its resolution 50/81 in 1995, adopted the World Programme of Action for Youth to the Year 2000 and beyond, it reiterated that the United Nations defined youth as the age cohort of 15-24.

 

These youths were aged 19 and 20.

 

That link goes on to say:

 

YOUTH is best understood as a period of transition from the dependence of childhood to adulthood’s independence. That’s why, as a category, youth is more fluid than other fixed age-groups. Yet, age is the easiest way to define this group, particularly in relation to education and employment, because ‘youth’ is often referred to a person between the ages of leaving compulsory education, and finding their first job.

 

Even our government (CDC) cites age 24 as being youthful in its definition of youthful violence:

Interpersonal violence is defined as "the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against another person or against a group or community that results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment, or deprivation."1 Research and programs addressing youth violence typically include persons between the ages of 10 and 24, although patterns of youth violence can begin in early childhood.

 

This definition associates intent with committing the act-no matter the outcome. In other words, intent to use force does not necessarily mean intent to cause damage. Indeed, there may be a considerable disparity between intended behavior and intended consequence. A perpetrator may commit a seemingly dangerous act that will likely result in adverse health effects, but the perpetrator may not perceive it as such. For example, a youth may get in a physical fight with another youth. The use of a fist against the head or the use of a weapon in the dispute certainly increases the risk of serious injury or death, though neither outcome may be intended.

 

Other aspects of violence are implied in this definition. For example, it includes all acts of violence, whether public or private, reactive (in response to previous events such as provocation), proactive (instrumental for or anticipating more self-serving outcomes), or criminal or noncriminal. Each of these aspects is important to understanding the causes of violence and in designing prevention programs.

 

 

 Hell, I've known 30 year old people who acted in immature ways and since 'youth' is broadly defined as the period between adolescence and maturity - one might even refer to those folks as youth; though I would tend to dismiss that thought if the person(s) were aged 25; which is the age when the brain actually matures.

 

To wit: (link to mental health daily)

 

It is widely debated as to which age the brain is considered “fully mature” or developed. In the past, many experts believed that the brain may have been done developing in the mid to late teens. Then along came some evidence to suggest that development may last until at least age 20. These days, a consensus of neuroscientists agree that brain development likely persists until at least the mid-20s – possibly until the 30s.

The fact that our brains aren’t developed until the mid 20s means that “legal adults” (those age 18+) are allowed to make adult decisions, without fully mature brains.  Someone who is 18 may make riskier decisions than someone in their mid-20s in part due to lack of experience, but primarily due to an underdeveloped brain.  All behaviors and experiences you endure until the age of 25 have potential to impact your developing brain.

At what age is the brain fully developed?

Although brain development is subject to significant individual variation, most experts suggest that the brain is fully developed by age 25. For some people, brain development may be complete prior to age 25, while for others it may end after age 25.  The mid-20s or “25” is just an average age given as checkpoint for when the brain has likely become mature.

 

I stand by my use of the word youth and would encourage you folks to adopt that definition. I hope my research here will be beneficial in expanding your understanding.

 

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Posted 08 March 2017 - 01:38 PM

Well I , for one, don't care what you call the scum dogs who were raised to think it is ok to steal from people who work; rather than getting a job themselves.


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Posted 08 March 2017 - 02:15 PM

I've got the solution for all our problems. Let's all contribute so Pubby can start the "Pubby's Foundation For Liberal Rehabilitation".
All government agency's will then transfer their Scum Bags, Illegals & Terrorist to "Pubby's Interment For Rehabilitation Center". Pubby will then house, feed, clothe and lecture his guest daily on the advantages of living in a society composed of only liberals. They will be no need for Pubby to return them to society because they will all be living a wonderful and fulfilling life with Pubby.
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Posted 08 March 2017 - 03:06 PM

Ok Young Thugs
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Posted 08 March 2017 - 09:13 PM

Ok Young Thugs


Ha ha! Love it!

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Posted 08 March 2017 - 10:55 PM

The choice of the word 'youth' was used to express an objective fact. 

 

Judging from the responses, objectivity is in short supply.

 

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Posted 09 March 2017 - 07:42 AM

who cares what they UN says?


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Posted 09 March 2017 - 08:43 AM

The choice of the word 'youth' was used to express an objective fact. 

 

Judging from the responses, objectivity is in short supply.

 

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Objective fact :  18 years old is a legal adult.

 

 

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Posted 09 March 2017 - 08:54 AM

Objective fact :  18 years old is a legal adult.
 
 
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Posted 09 March 2017 - 12:38 PM

 

 

Objective fact :  18 years old is a legal adult.

 

 

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And the youths are charged with crimes as adults.  That is not the issue.  I mean, what do you people want me to do in objective news columns... write that the people arrested who are under age 25 were the seed of Satan?  or if they're over 25, Satan himself?

 

The point is if you are describing a youth under 18, that is a juvenile ...(See the story posted today). We don't name them nor do we publish their picture as a general rule.

 

The use of the word youth is descriptive to the reader because it establishes that the person who committed the crime is a young person whose brain, by all accounts, has not fully developed. This is recognized world-wide by those who have been educated.  To wit:  It is a fact; not a partisan editorial comment.  Educated people speak that way.

 

Indeed, why would any of you wish to confer the descriptor "Men" on these two youths who showed no maturity at all.  I actually find that an insult to men and adults in general.

 

BTW:  If adults (aged 25 or older) pull  this kind of stupid cheese, I reserve the right to refer to them as 'the accused', the perpetrator, the suspect, the criminal, etc. instead of calling them 'men.'  In fact, I think you'll find that I do that more often than not.

 

IMO, you folks are showing us who you are and it ain't pretty.

 

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Posted 09 March 2017 - 04:54 PM

I am glad that of these guys that are committing these crimes are being caught...   they are all lucky to be a live, it is  a wonder they were not looking down the barrel of a gun on some of these. 


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Posted 09 March 2017 - 05:18 PM

I am glad that of these guys that are committing these crimes are being caught...   they are all lucky to be a live, it is  a wonder they were not looking down the barrel of a gun on some of these. 

 

I agree. It is a really dumb, immature thing to do.  And snooping around other peoples property will put you in the line of fire.

 

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Posted 09 March 2017 - 05:37 PM

Now they just need to catch the meth head "young adults" who are constantly trespassing through my yard at all hours of the morning and night.

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Posted 10 March 2017 - 07:01 AM

Ok Young Thugs


And the sad thing is these young men will most likely get off with a slap on their wrist. I'm reminded of this everyday several times when I ride by EPHS and the neighborhood sign across the street. We will always be able to read their vandalism graffiti through the pressure washed areas. I think (if I remember correctly) they got a $700 fine each and 1 year to work off Community Service which is nothing more than casual service and show up once a month to pay the Probation Service $50. Sure people are up in arms today, but give it a year and these crimes will be forgotten by everyone but the innocent victims.
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Posted 10 March 2017 - 03:00 PM

Mojo:

 

Since you think that  paying fines and doing community service is such a wonderful way of life, when is the last time you committed a crime so you would have that heart-warming experience?   Punishment  that is harsh often backfires as it so weakens the character of the person receiving it, that they become broken and incapable of living anything but a life of crime.  Justice systems that temper punishment with mercy and understanding end up with fewer incorrigibles, smaller prisons populations, less overall crime and the need for less tax money to fund it. 

 

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Posted 10 March 2017 - 03:55 PM

I don't know what the suitable punishment should be, the only thing I am certain is they should be held responsible for the damage they caused which sounds to be at least 6 figures. The two eighteen year olds are adults I doubt their parents can be held responsible the juvenile on the other hand is different matter.  


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Posted 10 March 2017 - 03:55 PM

Bring back chain gangs... 


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Posted 10 March 2017 - 05:44 PM

Mojo:
 
Since you think that  paying fines and doing community service is such a wonderful way of life, when is the last time you committed a crime so you would have that heart-warming experience?   Punishment  that is harsh often backfires as it so weakens the character of the person receiving it, that they become broken and incapable of living anything but a life of crime.  Justice systems that temper punishment with mercy and understanding end up with fewer incorrigibles, smaller prisons populations, less overall crime and the need for less tax money to fund it. 
 
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Pubby, I'm proud to say I've never been a guest in the local Gary Gulledge Hilton. I am a Right Wing Conservative Republican who is the off spring of 2 Loyal Blue Dog Democrats. I don't know what the solution is and I'm not qualified to hand out judgement since I grew up in an era when the teachers would paddle me in school, and then when I got home & the teacher called Mama, Daddy would "Tan My Hide". I think that's called child abuse now.
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Posted 10 March 2017 - 06:33 PM

Bring back chain gangs...


You will need to include attorneys in those chain gangs cause they are the ones that would instigate the injury lawsuits.
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Posted 10 March 2017 - 08:24 PM

Pubby, I'm proud to say I've never been a guest in the local Gary Gulledge Hilton. I am a Right Wing Conservative Republican who is the off spring of 2 Loyal Blue Dog Democrats. I don't know what the solution is and I'm not qualified to hand out judgement since I grew up in an era when the teachers would paddle me in school, and then when I got home & the teacher called Mama, Daddy would "Tan My Hide". I think that's called child abuse now.

 

I guess we have our avoidance of the local razorwire hotel in common. 

 

My family life was a bit different; my mother was a Republican in the South in the 1960s while my father was a Democrat and both were in the health care industry;  meaning basically they cared for people.  Now I also grew up in the era of school paddling and earned some swats some of which were deserved and others not.)   Those that were deserved were reinforced at home and those that weren't were not.  Maybe that is where I got my sense of justice and my understanding of its immense imperfection in implementation.

 

I do know that perfection eludes us all and that mercy is better than mercilessness.  I've done a fair amount of reading in the area of criminal justice and I recognize some folks aren't worth killing and ought to be locked in cages and others are simply wounded souls who, like a stray dog, respond to kindness.

 

One of the books I read as a youth that struck me as particularly telling in regard to human nature was Les Miserables.  I remember starting to read it one evening at age 13 or so and staying up all night and into the next morning  to finish.  The act of the priest in granting Jean Valjean his freedom by asserting to the gendarme that he had given this scrubby ex-con the silver candlesticks. The redemptive power of that moment of kindness was as revealing as the miserable sense of justice that arm of the law, Valvert, embodied.  This was the first book when I finished reading it I was in tears.

 

I think we all have the choice of whether to live our lives clinging to harsh, even obsessive, judgement and in so doing, make our lives about maximizing misery among others. I personally choose a world where redemption, forgiveness, generosity and love conspire to keep our hope alive.

 

It is on this basis that I choose to identify myself among the horrifically imperfect folks called democrats because the prescriptive world of Republicans forces one toward the obsessiveness of Valvert.  I mean just look around.  Whether it is blocking the escape of refugees from a living hell or proposing a law that will throw 12 million people off health insurance ... or make sure that those whose competence is limited so much they have a guardian the ability to buy a gun; maximizing misery is the message I get from the GOP.  Hell, with all the research in regard the impact of more money on those at the top of the income charts - it provides no more happiness and frankly can make the ultra rich even more miserable; I find it repulsive.

 

Now mojo, I know you give time and effort to help others and that is a good thing. I recognize that too so I know you personally are not mired in misery and I know that a lot of folks who consider themselves conservative republicans aren't either.  And I understand the logic that is used ... that it is your money and the public cost of doing the things that democrats want to do in unison is too expensive, etc.  I contend that if you do the work   right, it is good value for the money and in terms of creating a society in which we all would be ecstatic to live in, this is great value for money.  You counter not so, look at the idiots who administer these programs and I counter; yeah, they're your guys who are all about gaming the system for their own profit and could care less about doing the job effectively and efficiently.

 

... but if that is the case - it is at least my perspective - why are we so polarized?

 

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Posted 11 March 2017 - 08:09 AM

 
... but if that is the case - it is at least my perspective - why are we so polarized?
 
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I think of years ago, many years ago when other kids called me "4 Eyed Carrot Too". I now realize most likely a girl had on a home made dress or a guy had big ears or bucked teeth. Demeaning others might actually be an undiagnosed reaction that to make one feel better they must tare someone down lower.
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Posted 12 March 2017 - 02:25 AM

Youth is an amorphous term generally considered the time between one leaves the age of compulsory education and obtaining their first job. I sincerely doubt these individuals were gainfully employed or else they wouldn't be pulling such numskull crap.  For verification of that fact:

 

 

 

These youths were aged 19 and 20.

 

That link goes on to say:

 

Even our government (CDC) cites age 24 as being youthful in its definition of youthful violence:

 

 Hell, I've known 30 year old people who acted in immature ways and since 'youth' is broadly defined as the period between adolescence and maturity - one might even refer to those folks as youth; though I would tend to dismiss that thought if the person(s) were aged 25; which is the age when the brain actually matures.

 

To wit: (link to mental health daily)

 

I stand by my use of the word youth and would encourage you folks to adopt that definition. I hope my research here will be beneficial in expanding your understanding.

 

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NO,  Brains and Common Sense along with Respect and Manners is/are (?)  in SHORT SUPPLY!!!  One is considered an Adult when they reach the age of 18.  You know, the age in which one could join the U.S. Military. Obviously, anyone of age IS STILL A MAN OR A WOMAN,  "IF"  their mental stability is in question, that's a different story!!! Regardless,  IF YOU ARE AGE 18 OR OLDER, YOU ARE AN ADULT!!!!!!  That's just a piss poor excuse for folks to try and get out of OR defend their stupid behavior.


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Posted 12 March 2017 - 01:45 PM

NO,  Brains and Common Sense along with Respect and Manners is/are (?)  in SHORT SUPPLY!!!  One is considered an Adult when they reach the age of 18.  You know, the age in which one could join the U.S. Military. Obviously, anyone of age IS STILL A MAN OR A WOMAN,  "IF"  their mental stability is in question, that's a different story!!! Regardless,  IF YOU ARE AGE 18 OR OLDER, YOU ARE AN ADULT!!!!!!  That's just a piss poor excuse for folks to try and get out of OR defend their stupid behavior.

 

One was a teen and one was a 20 year old.  There were several words that I could have used. One was "Men," one was teen and young adult, another was adult to reference both (but it would be absurd to reference these two as adults - or men - as their behavior was not 'adult' or manlike.) and the final one was youth; which I have documented doesn't preclude one being age 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, or 23.  I chose youth over young adult because it was fewer words and letters. 

 

The use of the word youth in a news story has no - absolutely no - legal importance as the law, arbitrary as it is, establishes they will be regarded by the judge, jury and public as adults.

 

This whole thing is not political in intent; it is simply the choice of the writer to use words accurately and legitimately.

 

I will pose the same rhetorical question I posed above to you:  Would you have me refer to them as the seed of satan if they're aged 18-24 (and as satan proper) if the age is 24+?

 

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