Age fourteen -- the same age as George Stinney -- seems to be the starting point for black thuggary.
Three young teens aged 14 through 17 are being sought for invading a New Orleans home where they bound three young women and robbed them.
The teens apparently walked in a front door that had been left open for fresh air.
The media described the youths as having dark complexions.
The crime occurred April 4, 2014.
From our source we read:
The three men who bound and robbed two women after invading a Central Carrollton home Friday afternoon are believed to be juveniles between the ages of 14 and 17, Tulane University police said Monday.Continue reading ►
That revelation came in a crime alert notice sent to students by the university's police department, which also confirmed that two female Tulane students were victimized in the aggravated burglary in the 7800 block of Panola Street. New Orleans police had previously indicated that three women were bound and robbed.
NOPD said the women, aged 20-23, were sitting on the front steps of their home when three unidentified men approached, implied they had a gun, and forced the women inside the home. NOPD said the three women were bound and robbed of cash, debit cards, phones and electronics.
But on Monday, one of the women who lives at the house, a college student who asked not to be identified, gave a different account of the crime. She said she was upstairs sleeping when her roommate and a friend who does not live at the house were accosted downstairs, and that the three suspects had brazenly walked into the home through a front door the women had left open for fresh air.
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