Three young men being questioned on suspicion of burglary

Braintree and Witham Times: Three young men being questioned on suspicion of burglary Three young men being questioned on suspicion of burglary

Three men are currently being questioned by police on suspicion of burglary.

The trio, aged 17, 18 and 21, were arrested in Little Dunmow following a burglary in an outbuilding in Boreham Road, Great Leighs, at 11.10pm yesterday.

When police were called to the break in, they searched the area with help from the force helicopter.

They discovered a John Deere ride on mower and a quad were among the items taken.

These have since been recovered.

The trio are currently in custody at Chelmsford police station.

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10:14pm Sun 27 Apr 14

OMPITA [Intl] says...

Young men?

What an insult to the real men of a similar age fighting, and in some cases dying, for their country at the same time as this bunch were (apparently) going about their nefarious activities

Young punks more like it!!!
Young men? What an insult to the real men of a similar age fighting, and in some cases dying, for their country at the same time as this bunch were (apparently) going about their nefarious activities Young punks more like it!!! OMPITA [Intl]
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5:57pm Mon 28 Apr 14

/@|_|@\ says...

In addition, I believe the "punk" whose age is seventeen legally isn't recognised as an emancipated 'man' but a youth (despite what he might think); and whilst the others denigrate the term 'men' for some older folks (I get it) they are "men" but certainly they would never (and seemingly can never aspire to) be called 'gentlemen'. At 17 and 18 I can understand a certain amount of youthful idiocy but at 21: not so much.

If they are now out, perhaps they might want to comment here? I'd like that.

A lot.
In addition, I believe the "punk" whose age is seventeen legally isn't recognised as an emancipated 'man' but a youth (despite what he might think); and whilst the others denigrate the term 'men' for some older folks (I get it) they are "men" but certainly they would never (and seemingly can never aspire to) be called 'gentlemen'. At 17 and 18 I can understand a certain amount of youthful idiocy but at 21: not so much. If they are now out, perhaps they might want to comment here? I'd like that. A lot. /@|_|@\
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