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Belichick's 17 year old son Brian arrested at Gillette Stadium

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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    Apparently his 17 year old son Brian was attending the LaCrosse game and got caught drinking - Not as bad as Stephens drug charge in 2006 but nevertheless an embarrassment for the coach,especially in his teams stadium.

    For a busy man like BB it has to be tough handling two boys who have done some stupid unlawful things in the past few years.


    Belichick's Son Arrested At Gillette - Boston Sports News Story - WCVB Boston
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    Underage drinking at 17. Ooooh lock him up :D

    As the saying goes, I'm sure the police could find better things to be doing.
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    Not a BIG deal but still you have to think BB is embarrassed,not for the underage drinking charge but for where it happened.

    Waiting on ESPN to report this in 5...4...3...2...1..
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    Wow drinking @ 17... the outrage.
    I'm glad the police are putting away such criminals!

    If I was BB I would ban the arresting officer from being a pats fan.
    And see if that dude's 17 yr old child is drinking at that age.
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    Well me and my fellow police officer's would love to being do other things, but SUE happy parents have made it not so. So don't blame the police, blame the parents.

    Go read some case law before you open up your mouth!!!
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    And let those that have never done or did anything stupid in their College and High School years cast the first stone. <crickets>
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    How about blaming the beer drinker?
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    That really is f-ing ridiculous - a warning should suffice - but it's also ridiculously irresponsible of BB's son to put his father in a position like that.
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    Hm. Long offseason.
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    100% with you on that!!!
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    Let the kid make his own mistakes, and be glad that your mistakes as a kid were not debated on a message board.
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    Much ado about nothing, if it was not BB's son no one would care.. the media frenzy loves this crap.. give him and his family privacy.
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    It's what I call

    EXCESSIVE CELEBRATION !

    He simply WANTED to celebrate the return of Tom Brady. Leave the kid alone. :)
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    Firstly..it's embarrassing...but I have to wonder if this was anyone else would he have given just a warning??? Like police using a bit of discretion with these situations...common sense..WAIT a minute...I think THAT is a thing of the past...Will be interested to know more of the circumstances...NOT a big deal...in anyway..but curious about details.
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    Agreed - Also, this thread should be moved. If you want to leave it because it's Bill's son, ok - I will strongly disagree with that.

    I don't like hearing about this anymore than you do, but I think this board is not the place for this type of discussion.

    That's my ΒΆ.02.
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    Not your fault, you all have your job to do. But don't you think the laws could be changed to make underage drinking a civil offense - like posession of marijuana is - instead of a criminal offense? Assuming, of course, that he wasn't being an ass.
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    What country you live in? Possession of marijuana, a civil offense?
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    And is this only because it is Belichick's son?
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    Well, yeah, but ...

    in a year he'll be chugging through a hose coming out of a keg. It's not like this incident and arrest is going to stop him.

    ARREST! Jeez, that is taking it too far.

    I could understand a citation. But an arrest for drinking beer?
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    Without getting too political, the police could have spent the past years lobbying for the laws regarding this to be changed. They've gone in the other direction with their lobbying, so acting as if the cops are against this sort of thing is misleading, at best:

    Police oppose lowering drinking age to 18 | SouthCoastToday.com

    Now, back to our regularly scheduled programming.
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    It may not seem like a big deal to me ... which its not

    BUT

    If Brian owns a car and was planning to drive from the stadium afterwards then I think I would change my opinion -We don't need drunken a$$holes on the road and it would have been better to lock his butt up then have him drive and risk his life... and other innocents on the road.
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    That's correct, if it was your son (hypothetical) would it be debated in this forum?

    And what relevance does this discussion have to the Patriots?

    I feel the same about this as I did when people were talking about Seymour's wife - This is not the place. However, I understand the rubbernecking/tmz quality of the information.

    Like I said, I strongly disagree with it being here, and would like it moved.

    Again, that's just my ΒΆ.02, BadMoFo - I'm not the law around here.
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    I saw this and chose not to start a thread about it because of all the reasons many have cited above.

    I agree this thread should be moved.
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    I'm pretty sure it's an arrest, only in the legal sense of the word.
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    There is no such thing as a warning in these cases. Way too much case law going against it. Way too many police officers and police depts have been sued and lost for giving so called "warnings" or making you just dump out your beer.

    The bigger picture is I go to underage drinking parties all the time. Your teenage kid is alot smaller than an adault and not as wise. Some of the highest BAC if have seen are not from adults but from the underage kid who knows no better.

    I think we would all agree that teenage kids don't drive as well as adults do.

    So the cop gives the kid a "warning" and kid as a higher BAC than the cop knows. The kid leaves with friends and gets behind the wheel of a car that he was not to good with to begin with. Best part of it, he has your kid in the back seat and none of the kids in the car thinks its cool to wear a seat belt.

    This is what you need to avoid. A simple arrest or a potential death. Easy choice.

    Another part of it that cop who gave the "warning" now gets sued for wrongful death becasue he could have stopped it with an arrest before the kid got behind the wheel and killed someone.

    The cop who has a family now looses his house and everything he owns.
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    ditto that!!
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    at 17 I was hosting keggers in the woods across Peabody HS .. Haha
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    Of course it wouldn't be discussed in a message board, but then again I am not a professional football coach, so I wouldn't expect it to be debated on one.

    If people don't want to see or read these kinds of stories simply avoid these threads. You can tell by the title what this thread is going to be about. Just my two cents.
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    Still would have broken the law in his case though...
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    Sure, Or you can take a stand like I am and ask that it's moved.

    I understand how to navigate the board.
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