View Poll Results: Would you turn in your child?
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09-15-2006, 02:34 PM #1Former Member
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PA - Police Chief Turns Son In For Bank Robbery
"I told my kids when I started this job years and years ago that ‘If you got into trouble, you would face the music. I won't get you out of it. I can't,'"Cavallo said.
The chief said his son has been battling a cocaine addiction over the last four years. He said he hopes by turning him in, he'll finally get the help he needs.
09-15-2006, 04:53 PM #2Registered User
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Deputy Police Chief, James Cavallo Sr. is a great parent, civil servant & citizen. Doing the right thing, being part of the solution & not the problem is indeed the correct action despite the overwhelming presence of the "entitled" who think the law only applies to others here in the USA.
I hope that Cavallo, Jr. straightens himself out as a result of being held accountable. In that he confessed he does possess some character within himself that I'm sure his Dad worked to instill in him, there is much for this young man to strive for & succeed.
09-17-2006, 12:53 AM #3Originally Posted by bakerprune64FUN... is a renewable resource!
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