Welcome to the 404, young man. Sounds like you’ll fit right in.
His life changed dramatically late on the night of Dec. 14, however. Police allege that Young and a friend took a GPS device, Oakley sunglasses and a flashlight out of a truck in an apartment parking lot in Bentonville.
However, state prosecutors did not charge Young. Instead, on Feb. 27, Young was placed in a diversion program. By the rules of the program, if Young does not commit any criminal offenses and maintains good behavior over the next 12 months (from the program’s start) and completes 96 hours of community service, state prosecutors will not bring forward any charges.
It’s not the brush with the law that makes him special in any way. Kids do dumb things all the time. It’s the spectacular passive-aggressive attitude after the arrest that makes him a real winner.
He’s got a chip on his shoulder because he was young enough to qualify for a diversion program? Ho-kay, man. Enjoy you some Waffle House.