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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Beth Thomas March 27, 2013 at 02:58 PM
No one (or student) is perfect, including my 3 kids, so to be labeled as sinful, is accurate. And, there are NO PERFECT students, to get special treatment. Yes, there are teachers that favor certain students, just like there are employers that favor certain employees and coaches that favor certain athletes...ain't that life? These students, employees, athletes put themselves out there, have a magnetic personality, a good work ethic and are positive to be around. So if it seems they are liked/favored by others...maybe they work hard and others notice and enjoy being around them.
bluepony:) March 27, 2013 at 03:02 PM
Few great athletes cannot account for poor teams. Asking 95% of students above elementary school, most kids do not choose to go to HCA. It is the choice of the parent that has been misled to believe things that the school claims to offer. At the end of 2012, the test scores were "destroyed by accident" and therefore could not be recorded. Coincidence? I think not. ^ and to add to my statement above, actually, the math & science is notably far behind public schools at HCA and many children that move to a public school from HCA need tutoring or to "catch up", as many parents and students have stated as well: http://www.greatschools.org/georgia/dacula/3509-Hebron-Christian-Academy/?tab=reviews
bluepony:) March 27, 2013 at 03:14 PM
thats extremely ignorant to call him a doofus. Very Christian-like of you. you are a prime example of the HCA parents and faculty that mislead, judge, ASSUME, and point fingers. Actually, the young man was not driving under the influence. Plus, You do not know him, his family life, or anything about him at all. You have NO IDEA what he has experienced in his life or time at HCA to cause him to decide to do what he did. You have no right to judge someone because you are not perfect either, and I bet you have made petty mistakes in your life that you didn't want to pay for, like every other human. Don't assume things about someone you don't know or know anything about, because you definitely look quite like a doofus yourself posting things like this on a public web page.
bluepony:) March 27, 2013 at 03:18 PM
PS not only was he not driving under the influence as you stated, he wasn't driving the car at all. It wasn't even his car. you should learn to read. ;)
Beth Thomas March 27, 2013 at 03:30 PM
I agree that some of the teams do not have a good track record. But they do with what they have, which in some cases is only as good as the athletes/coaches that participate. HCA is not a draw for athletes that want to win state or get athletic scholarships, but it is a fun, learning, and competitive outlet for those that love sports. All 3 of my kids have had the choice since leaving elementary school (after all 6 years at HCA), they all chose to remain and still do to this day. I have a senior who will be graduating after all 13 years, a junior that has been there 12 and a middle schooler who has only missed 1 year. I understand as a parent there are things I do not know. I even understood as an employee there (9 years) that I did not know. I'm not concerned how my kids' test scores are (if they were destroyed or not) or how they are compared to the public schools' test scores. My kids are where they want to be, where we want them to be, as long as God provides financially, or until we feel things should be changed. I'm pretty sure students coming to HCA or coming from HCA may need to be tutored because the public schools are are a different track, or because there are different classes offered at each school.


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