Barrington teens charged with stealing candy and condoms

Police nab boys after they leave RiteAid Pharmacy

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Barrington police charged a 13-year-old Barrington boy with shoplifting and a 14-year-old Barrington boy with receiving stolen goods after the two were involved in a shoplifting incident at a local drug store.

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An employee at the RiteAid Pharmacy called police on Monday, April 10, after the boys were spotted trying to steal condoms and candy from the store.

An employee confronted the boys — there were three involved in the initial incident — just outside the store. One of the boys handed over a pack of condoms but then the three ran off, still in possession of another pack of condoms and some Sour Patch Kids candy.

One of the boys reportedly fled the area, but police located the other two nearby. They were charged and then released to their parents. Their case will be sent to the town's juvenile hearing board.

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Honoré de Balzac

Another high crime in Borrington.

I hope this doesn't dash little Biff's chances at Harvard.

Wednesday, April 19 | Report this
B Resident

So it's boring because Barrington is one of the safest towns around?

Go back to your crappy, unsafe town.

Thursday, April 20 | Report this
Honoré de Balzac

No, it's Borrington because of "boarding-school lockjaw".

Thursday, April 20 | Report this
agalag

Don't bother. He has yet to say anything even remotely kind or decent about any subject. Mr. Balsac has obvious issues.

Thursday, April 20 | Report this
Honoré de Balzac

aglag, I think you're cute.

How's that, nice enough?

Thursday, April 20 | Report this
agalag6898

Ahh, so you're gay! Now, everything makes sense.

Friday, April 21 | Report this
Honoré de Balzac

touché

Friday, April 21 | Report this

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