Monday, June 13, 2011

Las Vegas...curfew for teens without parents in tow! Nevada a Police State?

The tell-tale sight of idle teens gone blotto on the Vegas strip after-hours may become an unruly phenomenon of the past now that Officials have given Law Enforcement the nod to enforce a curfew to take effect immediately in "Sin" City.

During the weekdays, teens - 18 and under - will only be permitted to cruise the boulevard after 10 p.m. if there is a consenting adult (family member and/or friend) or parent in tow!

On Friday and Saturday nights the curfew has been set at 9 p.m.

Which begs two questions.

Will you know where your kids are after-hours during the week in the glitzy environs of the desert oasis when they get-down and party-hearty?

For starters, if they are on the Las Vegas strip alone after curfew, they may end up at the local lock-up downtown.

And, the shocked rebels may find themselves charged with a misdemeanor

Meanwhile, Civil Rights Activists are shaking their heads in disbelief and wondering aloud.

Is Nevada on the way to becoming a Police State?

News at 11!