Dodge City police warn of high school 'challenge' that involves crimes against strangers
DODGE CITY, Kan. (KAKE) - Dodge City police are urging parents to speak to their children after discovering that some high school students have been participating in a challenge that includes committing crimes.
Police Chief Drew Francis said on the department's Facebook page that many of the JR/SR challenge tasks include committing crimes such as battery, disorderly conduct, criminal damage, theft, drug and alcohol-related offenses, reckless driving and kidnapping.
That's not a complete list of tasks students have come up with. And the chief said most criminal acts are to be done to unsuspecting strangers.