You Won’t Believe How These IL Teens Tried To Ruin Christmas
A group of teens in Illinois just made Santa's bad kid list and should get coal in their stockings after committing crimes against Christmas.
Teenagers In Illinois Will Make Some Bad Decisions
I'm not afraid to admit I did some things as a teenager that I'm not proud of. Most kids that age make bad decisions. I certainly did. Hopefully, it's not anything too bad that it ruins their life. Luckily, my mischievous ways didn't get me into too much trouble.
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Crime Against Christmas In Illinois
Even for the most rebellious teenagers, I believe they should respect the holiday and stop any evil antics. Families put a lot of time, money, and love into their Christmas traditions. They don't deserve to have it ruined by some dumb kids trying to be funny. You hear about incidents every year and here is the latest.
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Several youths were seen stealing inflatable decorations from a woman's front yard at about 9:30 p.m. Friday in the 100 block of East Wilson Street.
The woman recovered two of the inflatables near Wilson and Washington streets.
Broken-Hearted Illinois Resident
I guarantee that the woman who had her Christmas inflatables stolen by teens is brokenhearted after the incident. I'm sure she put a lot of thought into her holiday display. She just wanted to do something festival to be a part of the celebration. Then some Grinches had to come along and ruin it.
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My family puts up decorations every year and we would be devasted if something like that happened to us. I'm guessing these kids were just having fun and thought it would be funny. Hopefully, they learned their lesson and won't continue this destructive behavior.
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