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Parents teach their children that it's nice to share.

 

So when a 17-year-old Lakes of the Four Seasons boy refused to share his underwear with his sister and her friends, he ended up being beaten by his parents, police said. A 17-year-old girl who came to the boy's aid was also beaten, police said.

 

Porter County police said they have completed the investigation into the May 22 incident and have forwarded the information to prosecutors for review of possible charges.

 

Police said the incident occurred at a home on Sunnyslope Drive where the boy's grandparents live. The boy told police he received a call from his sister who asked if her friends could wear his underwear because they jumped in the lake.

 

The boy told his sister he didn't want anyone else wearing his underwear, and police said the boy went to his nearby home, removed all his underwear and took it to his grandparents' home.

 

Police said the boy's mother called a short time later and demanded he return home. He agreed to return once he finished eating. But police said his parents arrived a few minutes later, and the mother was enraged because the boy wouldn't share his underwear and didn't return home immediately.

 

Police said they were told the mother attempted to physically remove the boy, at which time the 17-year-old girl grabbed the boy so he couldn't be taken away.

 

Police said the mother then slapped the girl, and the father hit the boy. The girl tried to call police, but was restrained by the father, police said. Both parents left after the grandfather stepped in, police said.

 

Police said the mother admitted striking the girl, but said her own hair was pulled first. The father admitted hitting the boy, but said it was because the boy used profanity, police said.

 

http://www.nwitimes.com/articles/2005/06/02/news/porter_county/2779258e6757883786257013007ed1a2.txt

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