Jul 05, 2022
13-Year-Old Boy Caught Driving Around Dorchester With Loaded Gun
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A 13-year-old boy is facing several charges after he was arrested for driving with a loaded gun on the night of July 4th, authorities said
When officers tried to conduct a traffic stop, the driver of the vehicle failed to comply.When police eventually did stop the car and search the driver, they saw a firearm fall from his leg area.
The recovered gun was a .380 Ruger loaded with one round in the chamber and five rounds in the magazine, police said.
The 13-year-old is expected to appear in court on several charges including unlawful possession of a firearm, operation of a motor-vehicle without a license and refusal to stop for a police officer.
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Mum praised for ‘brilliant’ parenting hack to stop the kids being naughty and all you need is some lolly sticks
ARE you at the end of your tether trying to figure out new ways to stop your kids being naughty and instil good behaviour? If so, we may have found just the ticket.
A Californian mum has been branded "brilliant" after she came up with a nifty parenting hack to stop kids arguing simply by using ice lolly sticks.6Artist Valencia Walker shared a genius parenting tip on TikTokCredit: TikTok
Artist Valencia Walker shared her genius tip on TikTok and already it's earned more than 4.4million views.
In the clip, the mother-of-three, who goes by @valenciascalifornia, joked that she's a "cool mom who is over her kids' bull-sh*t".
She began: "My kids fight non-stop and pretty much I'm about to pay them to behave.
"A lot of you were like, 'Hey, that's bribing your kids. What are you doing?', you bet your ass I am".
Valencia then showed off the the large ice lolly sticks she gives her children on a Sunday and explained that each is worth a dollar - if they misbehave or argue then one of those sticks is taken.
"Each of these Costco-sized popsicle sticks is worth a dollar," she shared. "Each kid will start out with 10 each Sunday, which they've each meticulously decorated to prevent thievery.Most read in LifestyleOH-MOW The mowing mistake you should never do - it only encourages weeds & mossSLEEP OFF I’m a new mom & my man wants to move back home with his parents so he can sleepTRUE BEAUTY I’m a fashion pro - I did a Victoria’s Secret haul, the pieces were stunningSECRET STRUGGLE I worked for Victoria’s Secret for YEARS and the dress codes are wild
"I will count them out every Sunday and hand them over.
She explained: "But you misbehave? I take one. You fight? I take one. You make me raise my voice? I take one.
"If I have to hear another argument over Fortnite? I take two."
And while she may take some away for "bad behaviour", Valencia said that her children can earn them back for good behaviour and at the end of the week she turns the sticks into "cold hard cash".6She uses ice lolly sticks to combat bad behaviourCredit: TikTok 6Each child is given 10 sticks at the beginning of the weekCredit: TikTok
"But I'm not a dictator so I'll give you the chance to earn them back," she added. "If you do something nice for someone I give you one."
"Then the following Sunday they turn them in and I turn them into cold hard cash.
"My goal is break bad habits and to self correct bad behaviour".
Although Valencia admitted she wasn't sure if the exercise would work, the busy mother was praised by commenters who branded the tip "brilliant".6It got the seal of approval from an 'assistant behaviour therapist'Credit: TikTok 6Another said the exercise mimics adult lifeCredit: TikTok 6One enthused follower called it 'brilliant'Credit: TikTok
One wrote: "Some people may call it bribery. I call it incentives and goals which are great teachings! Good luck."
"Assistant Behaviour Therapist here," another penned. "What you're doing is not bribery. It's gold."
A third shared: "Adults have the same systems - it's called 'keeping your job' and 'not getting divorced'. Learning to co-exist is important."Read More on The SunRY-LY CHARGED Rylan's emotional Eurovision reaction airs around world as he leaps from seat
An inspired follower commented: "I legit think this is BRILLIANT! It will teach them 'action and reaction' their action will cause a reaction.
"They will a CHOOSE their reaction so they will modify behavior!! As adults it's called WORK. GETTING PAID FOR YOUR ACTIONS" (sic).Dad shares ‘ultimate parenting hack’ which stops kids accidentally quitting iPhone apps