This is kind of incredible.
Two parents in Fayetteville, North Carolina proved that they REALLY respect the law as they turned in their own two sons to the police once they realized they were potentially involved in a robbery.
It all went down at 3:30 a.m. on December 29th when five teenage boys robbed a electronics store in the town in North Carolina and stole laptops and cellphones worth about $3,000.
The perps were all caught on cameras, but the grainy footage was NOT helping police very much.
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However when two parents taped the news during the New Years Eve celebrations, they soon recognized their own 14 and 16 year old sons involved in the robbery, and they did something many parents probably wouldn't do…
…They brought the boys down the police station themselves!
The boys claim they were "peer pressured" into doing the crime and will face possible punishments in juvenile court.
And the owner of the store is very grateful to these parents. Jesse Hill said:
"To the ones who turned them in, thank you. I hate if it's your kids, but thank you for doing the right thing."
And that particular electronics store is upgrading their surveillance equipment, so we wouldn't be planning on robbing that store anytime soon!
Especially if you got some hawk-eye parents like the ones in this story!
[Image via ABC11.]
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