Krop SRO Dunn Speaks “Bluntly” – 2007

(Dr. Krop High School – 2007) A student was arrested for possession of marijuana in the butterfly garden in November, during second lunch. [Dr. Krop High School Resource] Officer Darryl Dunn was informed by Crime Watch students and arrested him immediately.

This was the eighth case of student arrests for drug possession this year; which, according to Dunn, is a low number compared to other years.

“Last year around this time, I had about 15 to 20 arrests,” he said.

Since the case is still open, no information regarding it can be released; however, it is known that the student is still under arrest and will be sent to court.

Dunn believes that crime committers can only be arrested and penalized for their crimes if they are reported by other students.

“They don’t do it in front of me, they don’t do it in front of the administration either,” Dunn said. “Who creates these rules of you being a snitch, except those who do the wrong thing?”

According to prosecutor Jonah Dickstein of the state attorney’s office, if a student is arrested for possession of drugs, in most cases, the Juvenile Justice Department evaluates the student’s grades, extracurricular activities and problems he or she may have at home.

They come to the judge, the defense attorney and the prosecutor to explain the case.

It is then decided how many community service hours the student must complete. The student meets with the Juvenile Justice after completing the terms in order to drop the charges.

However, if the student is caught with plenty of drugs, not just for personal use, but to sell, and has records from before, the student could be charged as an adult and jailed if found guilty.

Dickstein said that the point is not to punish the kid; the point is to give them an opportunity. (link)

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10 Responses to Krop SRO Dunn Speaks “Bluntly” – 2007

  1. Lou says:

    SD, you’re awesome at research. that’s a skill not a lot of people have.

  2. Trevor says:

    That’s an interesting gap in the online editions of the Krop High School paper. 2010-2012 seem to be ‘unavailable’.

    • Unicron says:

      Oh that IS interesting.

      I doubt they’d name Trayvon in the paper in a way that singled him out as getting in trouble, but perhaps there was something in there re: him that would have been revealing in some way.

    • auscitizenmom says:

      Now isn’t that a surprise? Something unusual happening in connection with Trayvon? It is hard to believe that so many people are willing to put their morals and ethics (if they ever had any) aside to push this ridiculous saga.

    • LeaNder says:

      Maybe it simply does not exist anymore? Nothing on the school’s website anyway.

      Besides, if I remember well, they had to deal with some cuts in schools in Miami or Florida. So maybe someone decided to stop the paper in that context?

      In any case it seems to have been stopped before Trayvon was a pupil there. I doubt you would be able to find what you are looking for anyway. But ….

      Dear Mr. Dunn, we Germans hate snitches, at least the ones of us who are glad they were not born into the type of authoritarian systems that use them extensively.

  3. czarowniczy says:

    That doobie true.

  4. janc1955 says:

    Just logging in.

  5. Lou says:

    fights go unreported. kids don’t get suspended for violent acts. the Code of Conduct in M-DCPS is a joke. all so some could look good for stats

  6. mommakk51 says:

    I have the 2011-2012 lightning strike newspaper, will put up a link tomorrow when I get back home for anyone who wants to read it.

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