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It has been reported (in The ChristLast Media, I must note) that the current Pope does not like the phrase "lead us not into temptation...

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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Beer makes you crazy. (Part Two)

Houston Chronicle: Mom charged after cheerleaders' high-speed stunt to grab beer

A woman has been charged with letting her 15-year-old daughter lean out of a school van on a highway to get beer from an sport utility vehicle full of boys, authorities said Wednesday.

"Mom" seems like an exaggeration.

Terry Kisling, 47, was driving a van of Norris High School cheerleaders to a football game in Nebraska City earlier this month when a group of boys pulled up next to them, principal John Skretta said.

One of the girls apparently signaled to the boys and asked for a beer, and Kisling inched the van closer to the SUV, letting her daughter lean out to grab the can, Skretta said.

"To say that we were shocked and taken aback would be an understatement," said Skretta, who said he learned of the incident last week and immediately began investigating with Lancaster County authorities. "It's almost unfathomable."


The vehicles didn't touch and nobody was hurt, and the beer was passed around the van for several girls to drink, Skretta said.

Kisling was charged with procuring alcohol for minors, contributing to the delinquency of minors and reckless driving, said Chief Deputy Mike Holland of the Otoe County sheriff's department.
Kisling is due in court Nov. 26.

The case was transferred once school and Lancaster County officials determined that the incident happened in Otoe County.

Kisling, one of many parents who volunteer to drive students to school activities in district-owned vans, will not be allowed to drive students for the school again, Skretta said.

A woman responding to a message left by The Associated Press at a telephone number listed for Kisling said Wednesday that the listing was wrong.

The girls were disciplined by the school and would likely not face additional charges, Skretta said. He would not say how the school punished the students.

Skretta and Holland would not identify the students involved, but Kisling's daughter, 15-year-old Marie Kisling, was listed Wednesday afternoon on the school's Web site as a varsity cheerleader.

Still, she sounds very nice.

Holland said the road Kisling drove on, Nebraska Highway 2, has two lanes in each direction separated by a grass median, with a speed limit of 65 mph. The schools are about 50 miles apart in southeast Nebraska.

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