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Two men arrested for shooting out car windows in Pinehurst

Posted November 17, 2009

— Two men have been arrested for a string of incidents where car windows were broken in Pinehurst, police said Tuesday.

Police stopped a vehicle Monday for running a stop sign. During the stop, two air pistols were discovered in the glove box, and carbon dioxide canisters and a BB rifle were found in the trunk, Capt. Floyd Thomas said.

The driver, Cameron Robert Tysinger, 20, of Aberdeen, and passenger Devon Michael Brady, 20, of Ridgewood Road, were arrested. Thomas said the two men admitted to shooting out car windows.

Police have received 32 reports of car windows shot out in the Burning Tree Road and Pinehurst Lake area since Aug. 1, Thomas said.


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  • dcblackburn1963 Nov 17, 2009

    they need a good ol fashion beat down!

  • Desiderata Nov 17, 2009

    Bet their parents are so PROUD!

  • finesse187 Nov 17, 2009

    Sounds to me as if they have to much time on their hands!!! I hope they are held responsible for the damage they did and pay every dime to repair those windows and any other damage they caused!!

  • jkca Nov 17, 2009

    Pitiful. My brother did that at the age of 10. After he got his rear whipped, he didn't do it again...period.

  • 6079 SMITH W Nov 17, 2009

    Now folks, let's not be too harsh in our opinions of these "men". Things are different nowadays...20 is the new 8! These two are just the product of society, you know, and it's OK if the want to behave like spoiled brats, because they are. No spanking or correction as a child (yeah, I know its considered child abuse) leads to young adults behaving how they please, when they please. Give them a break, they are way more advanced at their age without the social stigma of being held accountable for their actions. People used to correct their children when they acted like jerks, and they didn't have to have cops in the schools, because if you "acted out" your hide would be tanned there as well. I don't recall gangs or guns in class back then, but I guess it is more important for the little darlings to arrive into "adulthood" (see story above) with their inflated self-esteem and self-worth intact. ;)

  • 8675309-9 Nov 17, 2009

    wow....grow up

  • larky74406 Nov 17, 2009

    Yeah, I was thinking the same thing.

  • itsnews2me Nov 17, 2009

    Shooting out car windows with BB guns at 20 years old...