After Another School Break-In Police Ask Parents to Keep Track of Kids

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Guam -With school break-ins on the rise the Guam Police Department is asking parents to make sure they know where their children are at all times.

GPD Spokesman Officer A.J. Balajadia says a break-in was reported at CL Taitano Elementary School in Sinajana Tuesday morning.  Eight classrooms had been burglarized and items were scattered around the floor.

While Balajadia does not say children were indeed responsible for the break-in he says some kids become bored while on Christmas Break and get themselves into trouble.  Balajadia says parents are responsible for their children’s actions and will be called if a child is out after curfew no matter what time of night it is.

Balajadia says the following crimes result in an automatic confinement at the Department of Youth Affairs:

– Burglary
– Robbery
– Stolen Vehicle
– Drugs
– Under age Drinking Alcohol
– Criminal Sexual Conduct
– Aggravated Assault
– Family Violence
– All 1st and 2nd degree felonies