14 Year Old Girl Arrested for Texting in Class in Wisconsin … At Least it Wasn’t Sexting


Hand over your Samsung Cricket or else.

When will teens ever learn that there are consequences to their actions. All this over the refusal to stop texting when asked to do so in school.

A 14 year old female student was arrested in Wisconsin for refusing to stop texting while in a math class at Wauwatosa East High School. She was arrested for disorderly conduct which carried “a bail of $298,” and had her phone confiscated.

Think the teen will listen the next time she is told to follow instruction? On the bright side, at least she wasn’t sexting … that we know.

Posted February 18, 2009 by
Arrest, Bizarre, WTF | 10 comments

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  • Comments

    10 Responses to “14 Year Old Girl Arrested for Texting in Class in Wisconsin … At Least it Wasn’t Sexting”

    1. Confused on February 18th, 2009 2:54 pm

      No respect. What happened to a teacher telling a student to stop doing something and they did?

    2. K.M. on February 18th, 2009 4:00 pm

      That’s what happens to belligerent teenagers.I say that’s a good thing…

    3. Michelle Smith on February 18th, 2009 4:24 pm

      These teenagers today have no respect for anyone. It’s all about them. It’s time more parents & teachers started cracking down on the deviant behavior. 14 is not grown and they need to have some respect for the teachers, the parents, classmates and stop behaving like punks. What ever happened to getting an education? They think school is a social event.

    4. Richard on February 18th, 2009 9:23 pm

      No doubt she was communicating with someone about a particularly difficult differential equation….

      In “my day,” after one or two warnings, we would have been told (not asked, but told) to go to the office. Heaven help the kid who didn’t go there.

      Of course, in my day we didn’t have this electronic stuff. We didn’t even have the Internet.

      I’ll never understand how we made it to adulthood.

    5. GreatOwl on February 19th, 2009 6:50 am

      you are correct, it is being disrespectful. However, it is nothing new. Students have not changed, only the faces have. I still go back once in a great while and “sub” for old friends for a day or two since I still hold a license. 20 years ago it was the calculator that was banned from the classroom. Not the basic one that teachers had on the “to buy” list. Many a parent came in all irate because they had spend upwards of $100.00 on a calculator and now it was banned. The basic one was required because it had all the necessary functions for $9.00. What it didn’t have was games. Anyone remember the note passing. Exchanging books with notes, morse code only adapted, etc? Same students, different faces.

    6. Steven on February 20th, 2009 10:47 pm

      The girl was rude but the school principal should have handle it that what he getting paid for. Resource officer should be sent home they are a waste of taxpayers money. They blow stuff out of propotion. She should not be charged with a crime. Her parents should ground her but they should go after the school system and sue them for everything they are worth. Kids should listen to the teachers but this was blown way out of porportion. Where is the civil liberty union at when you need them.

    7. Rammstein on February 21st, 2009 10:15 am

      This is insanity. Do the US police force and the judiciary not have enough work? To have this kind of legal involvement in a simple school matter is ludicrous and insane. The child should have been sent home and if she refused her parents should have been contacted and have them haul their child home and ground her.

    8. ThEhApPsTeR on February 21st, 2009 10:18 am

      These parents(Steve, you seem to be one) are not ready to ground their kids, they are ready to sue the school. I say press charges on all disorderly conduct and the kids will eventually get the message their behavior will not be tolerated. Kids are quick to tell teachers “I’ll sue you” on a constant basis. I say show them what that means.

    9. Sierra on February 23rd, 2009 8:41 pm

      im only 13, and resource officers are at a school to help and pretect kids in schools. but, anyway this unnamed girl needs to learn more respect, and needs more disaplan and remeber that what she does know followers her long after her 18th b-Day.

    10. Kelsey on April 11th, 2011 10:54 am

      I think this is F’ed up, I feel bad for the girl and the police, the school could have confiscated her phone instead of calling 911, this is why we shouldnt let stupid people run schools!
      haha that makes me wonder what kind of school this is!!

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