From the Las Vegas Sun: North Las Vegas Police say they have arrested four teenagers and two parents in connection with a string of auto burglaries.
A three-month investigation led detectives to a group of young adults suspected of burglarizing vehicles in the area, police said.
The group, consisting of 18-year-olds Clarence Rose, Ricky Burns, Xavier Quarels and a 17-year-old male, went through neighborhoods jiggling door handles on vehicles, police said.
When they found unlocked vehicles, they stole items such as GPS systems, iPods, cell phones and sunglasses, police said.
Detectives believe items were pawned by Karl Cage and Gwendolen Jackson, parents of two of the group members, police said.
Just have to wonder about what was said around the dinner table.
Mom: Well, son, how many cars did you steal from today?
Son: Only 3 today and we were only able to get $50 from the pawn shop.
Mom: Wait till your dad gets home tonight, he is going beat you ass. Your quota is 6 cars and $200 a day. We are so disappointed in you, son. Let this be an example to you other boys, we mean it when we set your quota. This ain't high school, you know.
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