Vandalism should be treated as a felony
Friday, November 8, 2013 - 7:00 am

Once again another North Country cemetery is vandalized. On the news the priest being interviewed stated it seemed to be a prank, nothing to do with the occult. This is not a prank. It is a crime. Maybe if the vandals were punished instead of getting a slap on the wrist these crimes would stop. In the past ten years cemeteries, churches, and playgrounds have become targets. The courts should handle these cases as felonies and prosecute to the full extent of the law. Parents need to teach their children morals and respect. Someone out there knows who did this and that person should call the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department. Enough is enough!

 

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