Teen Tells Officer: 'Pay Back is a ...' After Admitting to Egging House

The following information was supplied by the Stow Police Department.

Officers were sent to the 2000 block of King Drive because someone's house had just been egged last week around midnight.

While driving to the King Drive home, officers got the description of the car that drove away from the scene of the egging.

One police officer went to the address connected to the car's license plate and another went to the home that was egged. The homeowner said he saw some teens throwing several eggs at his house and then someone ran across the street to get into a car and took off toward Darrow Road. 

An officer located the vehicle, who said was hot to touch, and the two youths at the home.

Both initially denied being involved, according to the report. Police also said one of the boy's mother was “uncooperative and intoxicated.”

An officer then went to the other teen's residence where the two boys involved, both sophomores at the , eventually admitted to egging the house, police said.

One of the youths said, “Payback is a bitch” to the officer.

When asked why he said that, the young man said that the teen who lives in the house he egged actually egged his home once before.

Both boys were released to their parents. The incident is being handled by Stow Youth Services. 

The boys were found to be breaking curfew and egging the home is considered to be criminal mischief.

Steve Seneca June 01, 2012 at 02:26 PM
Sounds like great parenting.
Susan Ruiz Patton June 01, 2012 at 02:33 PM
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Troy McClure June 01, 2012 at 11:26 PM
My thoughts exactly!


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