Source- A 12-year-old boy who has been arrested more than 20 times was arrested again on Monday. St. Petersburg police say he stole a car from an 89-year-old man.
On Friday, Dec. 11, Raymond Raftery, age 89, was driving his Toyota, when a 12-year-old boy on a bicycle told him that his tire was low on air. Detectives say when Raftery pulled up to an air pump and got out of the car, the boy ditched his bike, jumped in the car and drove off. Raftery was not injured.
Detectives say the theft happened at 11:00 a.m. at 4890 22 Ave. S. and was captured on surveillance video..
Twenty times? TWENTY TIMES!?! I can't even tell you twenty activities I had partaken in by the age of 12, never mind 12 CRIMINAL activities. Where does this little bastard find the time? This kid is a child prodigy. He's already quadrupled O.J. Simpson 's numbers and he hasn't even hit puberty. His stats are so ridiculous that they even sobered Robert Downey Jr. He makes DMX look like the religious zealot he portrays himself as on his album outros. Bobby Brown is on his hands and knees worshipping this kid's felonious mind.
This kid is the Steph Curry of criminal misconduct. He's in the middle of the single greatest run of any person in the history of lawlessness. By the time he's told that there's no fucking way he graduating high school his record will be unbreakable. It's not right, it's not commendable, but I'll be damned if it's not motherfucking impressive. When I was 12 I couldn't even coax the premature ejaculate out of my dick and this spawn of satan is coaxing senior citizens out of their rides? This is greatness at work. You may not be a fan of his field, but you can respect what he is accomplishing. This is no ordinary troubled kid with negligent parents. This is a generational talent that can't be ignored. My first thought was that once you reach double digits arrests you should lose the rights you are granted as a juvenile, but now I kind of want to see how far he can take it before he's held accountable for his scandalous actions. It's kind of like watching Kobe Bryant play this season. Part of me wants it to stop, but the other part of me wants to see how bad it can possibly get before it inevitably does.