Teens break into police chief's house. A report posted today at The Huffington Post says two teens broke into the Sugar Land, Texas, police chief's house. The break in comes just days after Sugar Land ranked one of the safest cities in the United States.
Sugar Land Police Chief Doug Brinkley was about five blocks away when Conner Hinton and Taylor Nuttal, both 17, set off his security alarm. The law-breaking duo were arrested and confessed to having broken into Chief Brinkley's home.
"They just chose my house," says Brinkley. "I wouldn't want to see them end in prison for the rest of their lives, but unfortunately that's where they're heading with behavior like this,"
Authorities responded to a call at Brinkley's home where they found a backdoor was forced open, and several boards missing from a portion of the fence. Nothing inside the house was missing, but a neighbor says she saw two teens climb the fence into Brinkley's yard.
Do you think these two teens have learned their lesson after breaking into the police chief's house?