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Twenty years old ... and UNDER CURFEW?

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Football_Bat, Mar 25, 2007.

  1. Football_Bat

    Football_Bat Well-Known Member

    This story has been giving me a giggle for about a week.


    Sasha Abney, 20, and her 17-year-old cousin, Bryshada Ward, turned themselves in to Lampasas County authorities Thursday and were charged with a Class B misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in jail and a $2,000 fine. Both are free on $1,000 bail each.

    The 17-year-old I understand. But if you're twenty freaking years old and still under curfew, you've got issues.
  2. BYH

    BYH Active Member

    You know a set of parents are screwy when even my parents would say "Wow, that's awfully old for a curfew."
  3. BTExpress

    BTExpress Well-Known Member

    I didn't initally read it as the 20-year-old having a curfew. They were cousins, not sisters.

    Seems to me like the girls went out together. The 17-year-old had a curfew. It was the 20-year-old's responsibility to get her home in time. They screwed up and realized there would be hell to pay, like a boy who doesn't get a girl home by her curfew. Doesn't mean the boy had a curfew, just that he missed the girl's curfew.

    Then again, maybe she did have one.
  4. farmerjerome

    farmerjerome Active Member

    I never had a curfew. It was always the same time as my friends, because they were the ones driving.
  5. alleyallen

    alleyallen Guest

    Uhm, maybe I'm reading it wrong, but the charges were for filing a false report, related to the kidnapping. And though the story said "they missed curfew," they were referring to the 17-year-old, not the 20-year-old.
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