11-year-old Kelly Zierdt’s Parents Refuse To Fork Out A Fine For Her Crime Of Inscribing On Soaked Cement

January 7th, 2011 - 1:47 am ICT by Pen Men At Work  

An 11-year-old sixth-grader from New Jersey, Kelly Zierdt, is destined to emerge before a judge in the succeeding week. Her crime is that she had seemingly inscribed her name in damp cement in the company of her chums outside their Middle School located in the Middlesex Township. The police officers captured the cluster perpetrating the act as they were propelling their vehicle.

One of the policemen, as per Zierdt, declared that the kids should be positioned at the back of the vehicle and transported to the police headquarters. My9News has reported that Zierdt and her buddies subsequently commenced to sob profusely.

Zierdt’s Dad has declared that the state of affairs has, however, ballooned into a calamity now. The word ‘calamity’ has been utilized by Zierdt’s father as he has refrained from forking out a penalty of $250 to her Middle School to compensate for his kid’s vandalism. The parents of Zierdt’s buddies have, however, released that amount as fine. Also, Zierdt’s father has not permitted himself to sign the pact between the parent/kid and the police, which is an ingredient of the castigation of Kelly Zierdt.

Lt. Mike Colacci, who functions for the Middlesex Police Department, has uttered that the parents enable the engenderment of an appropriate punishment for the illegal activities of their kids, with the punishments varying from a 5 o’ clock curfew to the perpetration of errands in the dwelling. In the case in question, the kids had to inscribe a composition on the reasons behind their vandalistic act.

But Zierdt’s Dad has mentioned that his daughter has already comprehended a lesson and will, therefore, seek judicial assistance. Kelly, justifiably, has expressed her fearfulness prior to meeting the judge.

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