Convenience Store Robbed

The D & N Curb Store on State Boulevard in Meridian was robbed at gunpoint Thursday around 11:45 a.m.

The suspect was described as a black male, with a medium to dark complexion, between 13 and 15 years of age. He was approximately 5 feet tall, thin, wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans, a blue cap with red bill, and sunglasses.

The weapon was described as a .45 or 9mm long-barrel.

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  • by Fed UP Location: Meridian on Jun 30, 2009 at 08:34 AM
    Mama B, you hit the nail on the head. If you cannot behave and stay out of trouble, then NO FREE HANDOUTS!! I could not agree more. We would not be in this bind with welfare if people were held accountable for their actions.
  • by Mama B Location: Nellieberg on Jun 27, 2009 at 06:36 AM
    You're right, Disgusted. Next thing you know, they'll be hollering.."it's society's fault, society did this to him." Society my big ole butt! What an easy cop out for those who have no idea what a CONTRIBUTING MEMBER OF SOCIETY is. I overheard someone this week make the comment, "it's unfair for me to have to pay $3 for my medicine when I am on medicaid." Hey, sister...get off your lazy butt, quit having un-needed kids, and get a job. I work my butt off to support you. Maybe there should be mandatory drug testing for these kinds of parents. Dont pass, your free loading is over. Dont show up, your free loading is over. Too many juvenile delinquents, your free loading is over.
  • by Disgusted on Jun 26, 2009 at 12:31 PM
    What's even more disturbing is that if the store clerk had shot and killed this pre-pubescent punk in self defense, there would be a huge uproar from the parent(s) and the lawsuits would fly. I can't imagine losing my baby to a bullet. Can you?? Parents, PROTECT YOUR KIDS by STEPPING UP AND BEING A PARENT!!
  • by Mama B. Location: Nellieberg on Jun 25, 2009 at 08:15 PM
    Can't blame this one on schools. Quite obvious the slime's parents have NEVER taught values, morals, disciplines, or just plain right from wrong. The vicious cycle continues. Catch this delinquent, lock his 'you know what" up, take away parents food stamps and medicaid, and make them work in THE REAL WORLD for compensation. Just an idea, but if parents had to work off restitution while the kids are locked up in juvy, maybe they would be more likely to watch them during the day instead of laying on the couch all day talking on their cell phones, collection whatever free hand out they can get.
  • by Denise Location: Meridian on Jun 25, 2009 at 05:51 PM
    What's sad is most of these kids have parents that just want them out of their hair and will let them do whatever. It's time for our parents to be parents. You can bet as kids we were diciplined for even thinking of such an act. Teachers have problems because the parents won't back them up and the parents complain about the teachers when they try to dicipline. We don't need our teachers to give up and we need our parents to step up to the plate as parents.
  • by Jody Location: Meridian on Jun 25, 2009 at 03:49 PM
    Where was mama or dare I say daddy when this kid was doing this? Blame it on school but the kid's butt should have been OWNED by whoever he calls his parent.
  • by Laura on Jun 25, 2009 at 12:33 PM
    Does anyone see why there are discipline problems in our schools? These kids have been out for a month. They have torn up benches at the park, set fire to a school, robbed a store. But then Kent, Brown, and the school board won't back teachers and administrators that try to teach these nuts. Forget the parents, they've had them all day for a month, and look at what they've done.
  • by Jeri Location: Meridian on Jun 25, 2009 at 10:27 AM
    Another teenage THUG
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