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The act of the prank call is reprehensible. However, I think it is overkill to book a 9-year-old who poses no imminent danger to society. Arrest them, cite them, release them and let the court handle it. The judge could sentence them to community service--maybe a task involving missing children. I think law enforcement often thinks they are making an example and sending a message to others who might consider doing something like that. Looking at crime statistics, sending children to jail is obviously not delivering the message you think it is.
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