Student Arrested for Allegedly Videotaping Clayton Valley Charter High School’s Executive Director Inside Local Gym Locker Room

February 28, 2017 12:46 pm · 85 comments


A 17-year-old student was arrested today after allegedly taking a nude recording of a Concord high school administrator at a fitness center in unincorporated Walnut Creek and uploading it to social media earlier this month, according to a spokesperson from the district.

The victim, Clayton Valley Charter High School Executive Director David Linzey, was in the locker room at the fitness center in the 2800 block of Jones Road on Feb. 20 when he was secretly recorded with a cellphone by the teen. The video was uploaded to Snapchat, CVCHS spokesman Mike McCey said.

McCey said the incident was reported to the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s office on Feb. 21 after it was discovered that several students had distributed still photos from the video to others on campus.

The teen that recorded the video, who is not being identified at this time, was arrested and cited today on suspicion of invasion of privacy before being released to his parents.

A statement from the district said, “CVCHS takes disciplinary issues seriously and we never comment publicly on any specific matter related to our students. We would encourage the media to respect the privacy of our
students and to recognize that discipline is always confidential.”

Anyone with any information on this incident is asked to contact the Office of the Sheriff Investigation Division at (925) 313-2600. For any tips, call (866) 846-3592 to leave an anonymous voice message or email:

RELATED STORY: Scandal Erupts at Clayton Valley Charter High School After Student Allegedly Films Executive Director, Naked, in Local Gym Locker Room

Anon February 28, 2017 at 12:59 PM

I don’t care for Linzey but no matter how I feel this should not happen. I am glad the student has been arrested. If this is not taken seriously it will just continue until someone does it to you.

Rob February 28, 2017 at 1:01 PM

This Charter school has losers at all levels – from Exec’s to Teachers to Students…
Every time Claycord runs a story on Clayton Valley Charter High School – its a mess, at best…
I thought these Charter Schools were supposed be the savior of education…

anon February 28, 2017 at 1:09 PM

Hmm. Appears they do have a bright student body. However, this generation’s desire for shocking social media content was his downfall. He should have gone the blackmail or extortion route, instead.

Russ February 28, 2017 at 1:13 PM

This kids needs mental health intervention. Let’s hope he gets it.

Mrs. R February 28, 2017 at 1:14 PM

Come on- you really think this couldn’t happen at any other school? Just because one kid did something stupid, it makes the entire school from staff to students a bunch of losers?

***SMH*** February 28, 2017 at 1:15 PM

Watching the parents defending their children for forwarding the Snapchat to others was disgusting. I could barely watch the new piece last night. Teach your kids they are accountable for their actions. Passing on a picture of anyone naked should be a red flag for their parents…he i didn’t teach my child what good choices were and now I’m teaching them they aren’t accountable for their actions. I’m glad officials have decided to arrest the kid. Now let’s hope the DA holds this young adult accountable for their actions.

Lorelei February 28, 2017 at 1:18 PM

I still don’t understand how police, school officials, ANYONE except the kids’ parents, have the right to examine the contents of their phones? Is there an attorney on this site who can clarify? Thanks.

Trefo February 28, 2017 at 1:23 PM

Sure it was wrong he made a mistake. But being arrested when there are real criminals on the street. For real CV has more problems then Linzeys pale white ass!!!

M.O.M February 28, 2017 at 1:24 PM

I agree with SMH. I was shocked by the parents defending their kids for essentially distributing porn which is illegal. The school had every right to search kids phones. They need to let them be accountable for their actions and bear the consequences.

KenInConcord February 28, 2017 at 1:28 PM

I can’t believe this made all the way to DrudgeReport front page.

Sad that this is what national news has become.

Happyguy February 28, 2017 at 1:29 PM

That’s one Ugly Eagle

Shuley February 28, 2017 at 1:32 PM

One dumb mistake by a student does not reflect on the entire student body. I’ll be having a serious talk with my teenager tonight about this.

I’m amazed at how much hate there is for CVCHS on this forum. Most of it seems to stem from the decision to go charter. I hope any of the those people whom also voted for Trump realize that the charter model is going to be aggressively pushed by his incompetent Sec of Ed. Say hello to charter schools and goodbye to federal student aid!

SH February 28, 2017 at 1:33 PM

To Lorelei (#7)

if the search is reasonable, it’s permitted. If they had reasonable suspicion that the student videotaped Linzey, they can inspect it.

Anon February 28, 2017 at 1:34 PM

Student was not arrested. He is free, no charges have been made. No longer a CVCHS student.

WC Res February 28, 2017 at 1:34 PM

I totally agree, SMH.

Who February 28, 2017 at 1:36 PM

They don’t even need the phone, they posted the picture on social media. All they need to do is find out who that account belongs too. They probably did look at the phone , but they don’t need it to make a case.

ManBearPig February 28, 2017 at 1:41 PM

Never seen a high school in the news so often for not so great things than Clayton Valley Charter. The County Board of Education needs to investigate the school and administration because there’s something rotten there…

Student's Rights February 28, 2017 at 1:42 PM

The student that took the picture was wrong for what he did and will reap the consequences. The school handled the situation totally incorrectly. Why were some students suspended and some other students not? From what I understand, the majority of the student body participated. This school favors athletes. This is why players of the football team can commit armed robbery and not have to endure any consequences. The school had no right to search phones of the students since the event did not happen at school. Nonetheless, the school forced minors to enter into a written contract without parental consent. Student’s have rights and are entitled to due process despite what the dictatorship at CVCHS says. That’s Karma!

Fact Checker February 28, 2017 at 1:46 PM

KNTV (NBC station) ran a piece about it on their 11am newscast. They reported the kid who took the photo was expelled and seven others were suspended. They interviewed a student who said students were pulled out of class and threatened with suspension if they didn’t allow staff access to their phone’s contents.

MoJo February 28, 2017 at 1:46 PM

February 10, 201112 CommentsBlog, Educator FavoritesBy Justin W. PatchinEstimated reading time: 6 min
When Can Educators Search Student Cell Phones? Cyberbullying Research Center

Do students have an expectation of privacy on their cell phones while at school? The short answer to this is a qualified yes. Whether educators have the authority to search the contents of student cell phones depends on a lot of factors. The key issue in this analysis (that we have raised before on this blog) is the standard of reasonableness. According to New Jersey v. T.L.O (1985) students are protected by the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which protects citizens against unreasonable searches and seizures. In T.L.O., the Supreme Court goes on to say that the standard that law enforcement officers must reach to conduct a search (probable cause that a crime has been committed), is not required of educators. In general, the standard applied to school officials is whether the search is “justified at its inception and reasonable in scope.” Of course there is a bit of subjectivity to this standard and what appears to be reasonable for one person may not be for another. In T.L.O., the Court ruled that for a search of student property to be justified, there must exist: “reasonable grounds for believing that the search will turn up evidence that the student has violated or is violating either the law or the rules of the school.” This seems to be the standard by which schools should determine whether a search of a student cell phone is allowable.

John February 28, 2017 at 1:47 PM

I’ve taken this opportunity to teach my children that neither police nor school officials can search their phones without a court warrant. They now know to sit quietly until I arrive.

Original G February 28, 2017 at 1:49 PM

This is why they are called minors and in this case impulsiveness overcame societal norms. Empathy for the victim is probably lacking as well. Kids don’t think just as they didn’t years ago but they now have the ability to be short sighted and stupid at the speed of light. Cell phones with cameras and ability to post instantly, something that can NOT be undone once it hits the web. As this kid and his parents have found out.

A coworker and college instructor and I have talked at length the approach he takes with his children and social media. Firstly they do not know the passwords to get onto their social media accounts and those accounts are regularly looked at plus he has the ability to see anything they have deleted from electronic devices. His children also know the meaning of empathy.

For those free range parents and think his approach is over the top I respectfully disagree.

note story has hit UK Daily Mail

Anon February 28, 2017 at 1:52 PM

The student was never arrested for taking that photo. Get your facts straight and stop spreading rumors especially on the news. Bunch of idiots. February 28, 2017 at 2:00 PM

All of our information came from the Contra Costa County Office of the sheriff. They said he was arrested and cited.

chuckie the troll February 28, 2017 at 2:03 PM

What did we think would happen when celebrities started posting/tweeting naked pictures of themselves to get/stay in the news? We got revenge porn and various forms of intimidation.

This student’s parents can laugh this off if they wish, however, sonny boy is going to need a good attorney, and that is going to be expensive. Assuming he is convicted, will he need to register as a sex offender? Will it harm his chances of getting into a university?

My guess is that the laughter will fade when reality sets in.

Anon February 28, 2017 at 2:05 PM

In response to comment #18. The armed robbery had nothing to do with the school. It happened during spring break and the kids were all arrested. One is still incarcerated.

Fact Checker February 28, 2017 at 2:09 PM

The ACLU of Northern California says a student has the right to refuse to let a school official have access to his phone.

trurh February 28, 2017 at 2:10 PM

I know people are talking about the phone, but if it was posted to snap chat, and they are public, which is common. They dont need the phone, just the person who owns the account that it was posted.

People tell their kids not to let anyone look at their phone, but makes sure they understand about social media, most of the time once its posted they lost control of where they go and who gets them.

mary f - ph February 28, 2017 at 2:12 PM

@Lorelei #7:

The concept is called “in loco parentis”. This is Latin and means the school become your parents when the children are in their custody.

If this kids were smart, they would have put a strong password on their phones and encrypted them, like I do mine. The microSD card is not encrypted, but I don’t store anything of importance on their. The po po or customs will never search my phone.

mary f - ph February 28, 2017 at 2:14 PM

“there”, not “their”.

Tree Guy February 28, 2017 at 2:15 PM

Perhaps if they all received participation trophies, the young adults would feel better about themselves

Seriously February 28, 2017 at 2:18 PM

While students may have a right to privacy on their phones lets not forget the actual victim in this had a right to not have his picture taken and distributed. You can not say the kids involved are not still distributing since it since it is on the news, how do you think the news people got it? Sorry but distribution of pornogrphy trumps my kids right to privacy on their phones, if you dont want to be searched don’t break the law. I hope the kid is prosecuted just like that
model was in LA a few months ago for doing he same thing.

RA February 28, 2017 at 2:26 PM

Totally agree, SMH, M.O.M., Shuley.

Bad situation all around punctuated by bad choices.

Anon February 28, 2017 at 2:35 PM

Question why was Linzey naked in a room where under aged men have access to

Amy February 28, 2017 at 2:45 PM

Bad parenting and a criminal in training. Prosecute the student to the full extent of the law.

Fact Checker February 28, 2017 at 2:53 PM

If my kids were still in school, I would tell them to NEVER allow a school official to have access to their phone. The school can call me to talk about it. The same goes for the police. The police can get a search warrant if they want to access the phone without my permission.

The problem with California charter schools, including CVCHS, is that they can kick out any student they don’t want for almost any reason. Unlike traditional public schools, they are under no legal obligation to educate any child. If your child is kicked out of CVCHS, you cannot appeal the expulsion to MDUSD or the County Board of Education or anyone else. CVCHS’s decision is final. Read CVCHS’s expulsion and suspension policies. They are extremely broad. So while a student has the legal right to refuse to allow a school official to have access to his cell phone contents, in reality, if he attempts to exercise that right at CVCHS or any other charter school, the school can retaliate by kicking him out. A likely scenario is that uncooperative students and parents will be threatened with suspension/expulsion if they don’t cooperate, then given the opportunity to either cooperate or withdraw from the school ahead of suspension or expulsion.

Student's Rights February 28, 2017 at 2:53 PM

@#34, I hate to admit it but I asked myself the same question. It’s an odd situation.

micheLLeS February 28, 2017 at 2:54 PM


trurh February 28, 2017 at 2:54 PM

I have never seen a gym locker room or pool changing area with age limit.
I could be wrong , do they have different changing rooms at public pools?

I have also never seen a child in the locker room with out an adult, but 16, 17 who even asks?

Anita February 28, 2017 at 2:56 PM

@ John (#21) Teach your kids right from wrong and they won’t have to worry about getting an attorney or waiting for daddy to rescue them.

anon February 28, 2017 at 2:56 PM

@Anan #34
Read the story. Linzey was in the locker room of a local gym. Probably showering after a workout, wouldn’t you think??

trurh February 28, 2017 at 2:56 PM

I have never seen a gym locker room or pool changing area with age limit.
I could be wrong , do they have different changing rooms at public pools?

I have also never seen a child in the locker room with out an adult, but 16, 17 who even asks?

also, the question would be why was an under age guy doing in the locker room?

Thatguy February 28, 2017 at 3:01 PM

Glad the kid got arrested. There are consequences to ones actions, it is to bad this was not taught to this young man sooner. 17 is old enough to no better for sure. Getting arrested is a hard way to learn, but at least at some point it will be expunged from his record.

My wife works in another district where the kids were filming the teacher away from school while she was out in public. They were making fun of the teacher and sharing the videos with a small group, but of course the whole school found out about it. Guess it is the new thing to do with access to smart phones etc. At least in that case it did not involve nudity.

Hopefully the young adults learn a valuable lesson from this. Hopefully people also learn to be a little more modest in public gym locker rooms.

The Mamba February 28, 2017 at 3:04 PM

That’s disgusting, probably happens more than we think too.

ME February 28, 2017 at 3:04 PM

I seriously don’t get why people get so upset about phones being searched. What are YOU hiding? I don’t care who looks at my phone. If its not in your home, let people look at it. Phones should NOT be in the classroom or at school. My sister is an HS teacher and kids can’t concentrate anymore–they’re all on their phones. She’s not even allowed to take their phones away during class when they aren’t paying attention. Don’t give me that safety speech. Its is actually possible to memorize your parents phone # and borrow someone else’s or god forbid, use a….landline. I get so mad with this phone privacy crap. Don’t do anything stupid that requires you to hide what’s on your phone. Is it really that hard? And why are you all so attached to your phones–there’s a whole world outside that is actually REAL.

Just a Person February 28, 2017 at 3:07 PM

He was at a private gym, he does have the right to be there and like everyone else has the expectation of privacy. Reading these posts it appears that most people are more concerned with the searches of Cell Phones, than what these kids did. No matter what you think of the School or Mr. Lindzey this is not right, I just wonder what people would be saying if this had happened to a female teacher or a student.

TIFOKCIS February 28, 2017 at 3:15 PM

Don’t let this opportunity go to waste.

Bring your little angels up to speed on how to be better criminals.


Read his rights and cite released J. O.

Bishop Estates February 28, 2017 at 3:20 PM

@40 Anita
Totally agree! All this talk of kids should have better passwords, and why was this man naked(?) He was in a locker room changing for crap sake! Who expects to have a photo snapped by little creeps?! These kids should be held accountable. If this was my child I would be mortified as a parent that I did not teach them empathy and right from wrong.

Anita February 28, 2017 at 3:49 PM

@micheLLeS (#30) Fake news? Student was arrested, as he should have been. His behavior is unacceptable, also criminal. Lets remember, there is a victim here, and it’s not the student. He should be punished.

ME February 28, 2017 at 3:50 PM

@50 I can only go off of what you wrote. You said “as are the girls who posed”. That leads me to believe those that were photographed wanted to be photographed. That’s different that taking a photo of someone with out them knowing about it, very different. If you pose nude for a photo and its on someone’s phone you can’t expect it to be private–minor or not.

Wondering? February 28, 2017 at 3:52 PM

PARENTS: This is a wake-up call to teach your children right from wrong and respect others. The internet super highway is the downfall of our society. The kid who recorded that did so knowing it was not the right thing to do. Sharing it, entirely another thing. This could have happened at any school – just idiots run amok – faculty – kids – parents.

Mika February 28, 2017 at 4:03 PM

Watching the news with a shot from the video of Mr. Linzey’s backside was disturbing. No one has the right to do what that student did. Im surprised there isnt more of this now that every student has a cell phone in the locker rooms at high school.

anon February 28, 2017 at 4:23 PM

Not that I particularly support Linzey, but that school is approaching “hell hole” status. Take the name Clayton off of it, please, before it’s too late!

Bacon February 28, 2017 at 4:23 PM

Arrested and cited, no longer a student there.

I’d say that was enough.

grandmato3 February 28, 2017 at 4:51 PM

What the boy did was very wrong but at 17 yrs old he probably didn’t think past the thought it would be fun to pass around the picture. Kids at that age don’t always think on their feet. So he sent it out and it got out of hand. Glad he was arrested, cited, will appear in court (with his parents in tow) and also thrown out of the school. I’ve heard many kids don’t care for Linzey but the boy had no right to do that and hopefully he’s learned a lesson about the expectation of the right to privacy and the consequences of invasion of privacy.

Student from CVCHS February 28, 2017 at 4:55 PM

For all of you who do not attend Clayton Valley, you cannot make assumptions about the school as a whole or the student body. Tell me this: if your family member is arrested for rape does that make everyone in your family a rapist? No it does not because one person’s actions do not show who YOU are. Yes, Clayton Valley has had its issues,and as a Clayton Valley student of more than two years, I can say that Clayton Valley is a good school. I am getting an education I would not have received had it not become charter or if I had gone to a school in the district. The student body is closer than I’ve ever seen at a school, and we have amazing teachers. So for those of you commenting on how terrible CVCHS is for the community and how you shouldn’t send your kids there, GROW UP! Most of you are parents anyways! And until you have spent more than a week at Clayton Valley Charter you have no room to say anything about the school, staff, or education. Instead of making such a big fuss about us, maybe you should be paying more attention to your children and what they are doing when you aren’t watching.

Cynthia N February 28, 2017 at 4:59 PM

I suggest all you CV parents read what you and your students signed when you gained admittance. I suggest you read the handbook. School officials are allowed to search your phones and your backpacks.

Stop trying to defend your kids, it’s not the end of the world but they made a mistake. OWN IT. And teach them how to take responsibility and move on.

anon February 28, 2017 at 5:08 PM

It is possible the student learned this tactic from their parents.

Chopper February 28, 2017 at 5:13 PM

I applaud “SMH”. And totally agree. The father that was on the news last was very upset on the way school staff searched her phone but I wonder how he would have felt if the naked person being filmed was his daughter? I’m willing to bet he would have wanted them to stop at nothing to get the person. I notice that a lot of people blame the school but as a parent, we all need to look at the real culprits…. the parents of these teens. If somebody were to receive a text of a naked teacher, and feels the right thing to do is forward it to others … that is the problem. Parents should try their best to teach that this is not exceptable. And as for one persons comment that ” this is just a little mistake”. Remember… little mistakes can ruin lives.

Shuley February 28, 2017 at 5:26 PM

Bravo #57. A student @ CVCHS posts the most thoughtful post on the thread

anon February 28, 2017 at 5:29 PM

Once it’s on the internet, it’s on the internet forever.

Ohhhyeah! February 28, 2017 at 5:31 PM

So, does the same thing happen when a student takes an inappropriate photo of another student in the locker room at school and shares it? Think not!

Rollo Tomasi February 28, 2017 at 5:34 PM

@ 34 & 37,

Haven’t spent much time at a gym, have we?

Rollo Tomasi February 28, 2017 at 5:36 PM

@ 57:

That is one of the most cogent, well written comments ever left on Claycord by a student. Bravo!

anon February 28, 2017 at 5:44 PM

I was in the first graduating class at CVHS, and CVCHS has already embarassed the community, brought undesireables into the area, soaked us financially for its nepotism, autocratic, simple-minded, crisis-a-week off the rails agenda more than CVHS could ever have possibly done during the entire time it existed not as a charter. And, a student telling adults to GROW UP? What kind of “respect” are you teaching them? And you call that “thoughtful.” Your values are so warped they can see you coming and going. Did these students learn their disrespect from you?

Anon February 28, 2017 at 5:53 PM

Was the student arrested? Yes. Was there any charges against the student? No. Is Clayton valley a bad school? No. However Clayton valley gets worse and worse by the year &I I’m not saying it because of the student . I’m saying it in general, Clayton valley sounds and looks like a good school but the teachers are terrible, the admin is rude.

ANON February 28, 2017 at 5:54 PM

The kid in question should be prosecuted for his actions just like that Playboy model that took a nude photo of an unknowing, innocent grandma getting dressed in a LA FITNESS locker room.

Yes, these kids and parents signed a computer/technology agreement, but they clearly didn’t understand that their phones were subject to search, regardless of the circumstances. I guess I question why some kids were searched and some were not. One of those students got suspended because he refused to have his phone searched. As I have been told, it’s not because he disseminated/forwarded the photo/video of the CVCHS admin, it’s because he had nudes of either themselves or his girlfriend on his phone and he didn’t want anyone to see them. Clearly, kids need to know they shouldn’t take nudes if they signed the computer/technology agreement.

The administration only suspended those that forwarded the photo or if they refused to have their phones searched. It makes perfect sense. If the student was dumb enough to forward it, then they deserve the consequences. My 7th grader knows enough not to forward a nude photo of someone, especially one that was taken without the subject’s permission. Come on!

Mike February 28, 2017 at 6:26 PM

Confused about the timeline listed about this.

It occurred feb 20 and the kid was arrested on feb 21st the next day?

If that’s the case then why all the searching going on for with the students? If someone was arrested that fast seems to me you pretty much know who is at fault

foonman February 28, 2017 at 7:15 PM

Cell phones don’t belong in schools! Check your phone at the desk when you get to school…get your claim check after shutting it off. Then shut your mouth and open your mind and try to learn SOMETHING. That’s what school is all about. Having a phone number at the school would allow your keeper to get a message to you anytime. Problem solved. Life is distracting enough…..this man’s privacy was invaded and you are sniveling about your child’s privacy? Don’t get it! I wonder if one of is parents works for the teacher union? I feel better know……………I vented

Anon February 28, 2017 at 8:38 PM

I agree with the student. These adolescents are growing up in a world we will never understand, we will never experience the things they deal with on a daily bases due to the technology and different social normalities they endure. Someone needed to be blunt with this early if you who have never even been inside of a CV classroom. You want to talk about disrespect? Go back and read what all of you have written about this school. If they are learning disrespect, they are learning from all of you who have nothing but terrible things to say about something you are not educated on. Didn’t your mother ever teach you not to judge a book by its cover?

Ward February 28, 2017 at 8:40 PM

@ME (51)
Yes, their behavior was in poor judgement. However, I would bet that even though they posed for that picture they did not know that one of the girls would post it on social media, a screenshot would be posted and the picture being shared repeatedly. Again, their bad for taking the picture to start with! My point was that the school has stated that “CVCHS will not tolerate sexting, sharing of naked photos of anybody related to our school: students, parents, staff or administrators. Period! And violators will be held accountable when caught! We shall protect the privacy of all members of our school. And we will hold violators accountable!” (This comes directly from the letter that was sent families today).

Anon February 28, 2017 at 8:46 PM

*student in #57

Shocked February 28, 2017 at 9:12 PM

The kids who forwarded the video will be extremely lucky if they don’t face criminal charges. Suspension will be the least of their problems. Sounds like the school needs to host some serious discussions about ethics, responsibility, and basic respect for others with kids AND parents.

Forwarding illicitly taken nude video of someone to others isn’t “stupid” or “impulsive”, it’s cruel, immoral, and illegal. I think that the parents defending their kids who did this should be held liable in civil court and have to pay the victim for emotional distress.

anon February 28, 2017 at 10:13 PM

@72 Anon

There is absolutely no excuse for this.

Mika February 28, 2017 at 10:15 PM

@Shocked–the administrators could use some ethics training as well.

Tomi February 28, 2017 at 10:16 PM

I thought the trans-inclusive bathroom law allowed for cameras to identify as male.

G650guy March 1, 2017 at 5:01 AM

@14 just because some one wasn’t booked doesn’t mean they weren’t arrested. If you’re cite released and issued a promise to appear that is in fact an arrested. He was absolutely arrested.

AnonZ March 1, 2017 at 5:17 AM

I have a hard time believing a 16 or 17 year old doesn’t know this is wrong, let alone criminal.

Cvhsnotcvchs March 1, 2017 at 8:36 AM

Linzey achieves desired power by becoming subject of national news story but not in a good way.

the Dude March 1, 2017 at 12:09 PM

If you’re adult enough to have the phone you’re adult enough to be held responsable for how you use it.

Cv had problems March 1, 2017 at 2:43 PM

Let’s be honest the whole school hates Linsey, he was asking for it, I see no reason to be BUTT NAKED standing infront of a mirror. Knowing kids from school are there, they are at least bound to make fun. It happened off school so the phone aren’t allowed to be checked. As well they made minors sign a contract without parent consent. Cv has had problems since day one. Education is great but politics of the school are horrible

Kristen March 1, 2017 at 3:15 PM

You are all talking about how much CVCHS sucks, and whether phones should be searched….do none of you realize just how deeply we have failed our children when they believe that taking a picture of a naked man and posting all over the internet is even VAGUELY acceptable? The fact that it was shared so many times absolutely horrifies me. I don’t care how much of a cockroach you think the guy is, this is absolutely morally disgusting. And your reactions show exactly why your idiot, 3 second attention span brats are growing up to think they are entitled to act this way.

Dad March 1, 2017 at 3:50 PM

Kristen hit the nail on the head! Congratulations! VERY well said.

stop look and listen March 2, 2017 at 3:43 AM

where is the interview of the kid’s parent.

stop look and listen March 2, 2017 at 3:51 AM

telling the mayor to check his facts? Are you new here? What’s your reputation for facts and where did you get your info? You need a little bit of evidence if you expect anyone to believe you.

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