A drugged Washington state teenager sought refuge with a neighbor after escaping a lakeside cabin Saturday when he woke up to a family friend — now alleged child rapist — photographing and assaulting him, according to a report. The year-old appeared scared, shaking and scared for his life at a. He planned to hide in a garbage can while waiting for Stevens County Sheriff's deputies, but went to the neighbor after seeing lights on in the house. The victim claimed Craig Morgenstern, 45, performed oral sex on him after spiking his hot chocolate with drugs, according to the Spokesman-Review newspaper.
Teens and Drugged Driving: How to Resist Peer Pressure
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Your primary responsibility as a driver is to operate your motor vehicle and to do so safely! Driving while distracted, drunk or under the influence of other drugs is a leading cause of accidents and traffic fatalities for teens. Many teens and adults recognize that driving under the influence is dangerous. However, many people fail to recognize the danger of driving while distracted, especially if they try to talk or text on a cell phone. Drivers who use hand-held devices while driving are four times as likely to get into crashes serious enough to injure themselves or others. With more portable technology now than ever, driver distractions have risen to unprecedented numbers. We live in a world where people expect instant, real-time information 24 hours-a-day and those desires do not stop just because people get behind the wheel.
PSNI using bodyworn video while dealing with drunk and drugged teens
The statistics are true when they state that a high number of rape victims know their rapist. We went to the same gym, and both being fitness fanatics, we saw each other practically every day. He was a good-looking guy and well aware of it but not my type — I just enjoined being able to train with someone who was as enthusiastic as me. I was working for a barrister's chambers at the time, and my colleagues and I would go for drinks every Friday evening after work. On this occasion, I'd arranged to meet an old colleague so we all headed to Covent Garden instead of our usual spot.
Most accidents involving teen drivers are due to inexperience and lack of time behind the wheel. However, many teens and adults do not realize the deadly consequences of driving while distracted, drunk or drugged. We live in a world where people — especially teens — expect instant, real-time information and communication 24 hours-a-day and those desires do not stop just because people get behind the wheel. Drivers simply do not realize the dangers that are posed when they take their eyes and minds off the road and their hands off the wheel and focus on activities other than driving.