Internet dating arrest
One cop in Saitama Prefecture was reminded of this reality when he was got banged up pretty badly and broke his expensive Rolex watch a couple of years ago while pursuing a man suspected of exposing himself to a young girl.
This cop shocked his colleagues and the public last week when Japanese media reported that, after arresting the suspect, the police officer took the man to court and sued for him for damages including more than 700,000 yen (US,949) to repair the watch!
” Should the perp be required to foot the bill for the Rolex, or was the police officer crazy for wearing such an expensive watch during such a hands-on job?
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One message said she should "drink bleach and die.''The online harassment allegedly continued after she transferred to a different school.
Experts who have studied social aggression in teens, including bullying via the Internet, say such harassment is a widespread problem that has gained increased attention in the digital age, when written threats and taunts live indefinitely online.
Two girls, a 12 and 14-year-old, were arrested in a Florida bullying case after one of them admitted online over the weekend that she harassed a 12-year-old girl who killed herself last month, a sheriff said Tuesday. 15) Such criminal charges are extremely rare, although the problem of bullying and victimizing other teens is an age-old one.
STORY: Advice for parents on cyberbullying STORY: Funeral held for bullied girl who killed self Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said Tuesday that he made the arrests Monday after one of the two girls posted on Facebook as recently as Saturday that she had bullied the victim, Rebecca Sedwick of Lakeland, Fla., and didn't care that she had died. 9 by jumping off a cement factory tower, was "terrorized" by as many as 15 girls who picked on her for months through online message boards and texts, according to authorities in Lakeland, Fla.
If found guilty, it's not clear how much time, if any, the girls would spend in juvenile detention because they did not have any previous criminal history, the sheriff said.” “Of course this suspect was probably a bad guy, but I’m not sure he’s responsible for this cop’s decision to wear an expensive watch!” “How did this guy become a police officer without any common sense?The sheriff said the 14-year-old was "very cold, had no emotion at all upon her arrest." The second suspect was once the victim's best friend.Judd said that the pair were the main culprits, but that the investigation continues into the possible involvement of other girls.