People Called The Police On Black Boy Who Was Just Delivering Newspapers

Date July 19, 2018 10:17

The police are always there when people are in danger and need help. Most of us are used to the fact it is needed to call cops when something really serious is happening. Nevertheless, there are cases when police officers are called on kids.

We all remember the story when the lady called cops on the 8-year-old child for just selling water. The reason for this step is the absence of permission.

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And now, the similar story has happened. One day, Brandie Sharp and her sons, the 17-year-old Mycah and the 11-year-old Uriah, were delivering newspapers in Ohio.

Brandie does that to make children more responsible and hardworking:

It is the whole job of teaching them to work.

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Uriah was a little away from everybody, as he had to grab additional newspapers. Suddenly, the police arrived and demanded to inform about their actions.

I showed him the thing for the Dispatch, The Bag, the midday week paper, that we get. He said 'Oh, really?'

The police officers have already commented on the situations. They claim the family looked rather suspicious, as at some moment, there were nothing in their hands:

It looked like at first they were delivering newspapers or something, but I noticed they were walking up to the houses with nothing in hand and one of them came back with something. I mean, I don't want to say something was going on, but it just...but it just seemed kind of suspicious.

Brandie decided to share her post on social media to get people’s support and inform the public about the racial actions by local police.

Would this happen if a delivery boy was white but not black?

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