Teen: School Told Me I Was Going to Hell, So I Urinated on Doors
Dacula teen arrested after being found intoxicated in the parking lot of Hebron Christian Academy, reportedly admitted drinking contents of a stolen flask of Wild Turkey prior to the incident.
A Dacula teen who said he was upset after being told he was going to hell, vented his frustration against the establishment that allegedly issued the dire warning.
A Gwinnett County Police officer was patrolling the area near Hebron Christian Academy just after midnight on March 8 when he noticed a blue Ford Mustang in the parking lot of the school. The officer then saw a male walk up to the double glass doors of the building.
"I thought the individuals were attempting to burglarize the school," the officer wrote in the arrest report. "I observed the blue Mustang laying drags in the parking lot with the rear of the vehicle going from one side to the other as the tires were squealing."
As the officer pulled into the parking lot, the male who the officer had seen near the double glass doors began running back towards the Mustang. Before the male could escape, the officer ordered him to stop and asked the male what he was doing at the school.
"I know it is stupid and I made a mistake pissing on the doors," the male reportedly replied.
According to the police report, the male, identified as Alexander Kline, 18, of Dacula, told the officer he was a student at Hebron and "hates the school for telling him he would go to hell so he decided to urinate on the doors." (A Hebron Christian Academy spokesperson said Kline is a former student.)
"There was fresh urine running down the double glass doors to the school," the officer noted in the report.
The officer furthered noticed an odor of alcohol on Kline's breath. When questioned, Kline reportedly admitted stealing a flask of Wild Turkey from his mother and drinking all of it. An Alco Sensor sample indicated his blood alcohol concentration was .226.
Kline was placed under arrest on charges of public indecency, underage possession and loitering and prowling. He was released from jail several hours later on a $3,900 bond.
The driver of the Mustang was issued citations for laying drags and reckless driving and released at the scene.
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