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Police Chief’s Reaction To The Crimes in Broome County by Minors

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Crimes committed by minors that occurred recently in Broome County are not related, and Johnson City Police Chief Brent Dodge gave advice.

Front of John City High School

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Crimes Involving Minors In Just One Week

In a report by WBNG, Johnson City Police department, there have been three crimes involving minors in the Broome County. These are stabbing at the Johnson City High School and Harry L Drive  and also a drive-by shooting in Binghamton. Two of these crimes were committed by minors, but these are not related.

Police Chief Brent Dodge also said that it is not normal for two crimes by minor to happen in just one week.

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Dodge’s Advice To The Youth Community

In an interview, Johnson City Police Chief Brent Dodge said that it is his belief that there is a need for minors to focus on the positivity of life and less of the negativity. “I think that some of these circles that these kids are getting caught up in glorify the violent behavior and I truly don’t think they understand the repercussions of what they are doing all the time”, he also said.

He wants youth in the community should know that there are consequences to every action and that they should stay away from things that they know are wrong. They are welcome to go to their trusted authority figure whenever they feel that their safety is in jeopardy.

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