Thursday, June 12, 2008

A PYY Public Service Message

Another mother has filed a false complaint of child abduction against the child's father.

Police say a mother who reported her young daughter missing fabricated the story.

The mother of Abif Pazos is being charged with false crime reporting. IMPD says it's the second time in the past two weeks that a report of an abducted child turned out to be untrue. The first incident involved an Amber Alert.

Allow me to help you young mothers that may stumble on to this site:

If you file a false report in Indiana, you will go to jail. And even though you feel you can claim poverty, they can hold you responsible for costs incurred. This means anytime in the future that you back your way into some money (possibly through no fault of your own), they will get it.

The woman that pulled this stunt a couple of weeks ago has learned the hard way. We all saw what happened. The story was carried in the news and despite this fact, many of you may be tempted to do this. Don't.

Take a moment and write this down if your memory is not so good. Then put it where you can see it on a daily basis. Put it in places like the mail box (where you might be looking for the government check), the refrigerator, the TV remote, or your cell phone. Any of the places where you spend much of your time is acceptable.

I hope this clears up any misconceptions some of you may have on this subject matter, as it appears to be a tough concept to grasp. I wish you all a happy life, good health, and peace. Be careful and stay safe. Don't drink and drive.

And above all, thank you for your support.


Anonymous said...

I cannot be certain, but this post may qualify you for the much coveted SARCASM OF THE YEAR Award. I make this prediction because when I opened my browser at PYY, my monitor began dripping with it.

Semper Fi . . .

LASunsett said...

//I cannot be certain, but this post may qualify you for the much coveted SARCASM OF THE YEAR Award.//

Sarcastic? Me? not a chance.

Just trying to give back to my community, that's all.