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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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K K March 19, 2013 at 12:46 PM
The school saying he is going to hell DOES NOT surprise me. They do not like anyone who questions thier beliefs and thoughts. My kids WENT to HCA not any longer !!!
Kevin white March 19, 2013 at 04:02 PM
That's my bro AK lol, he still went hard next week in pcb lmao
Paul March 19, 2013 at 08:29 PM
Everyone employed at HCA thinks that they are better than everyone, and infact DO tell students that they are going to HELL. They said the same crap to me. They think that their better than other Christians because their uptight and hate anything that's not baptist, conservative and intolerant. Its ok because it will be funny when they all go to hell with the Hethan bastards that they "love". Remember Jesus was a friend of sinners..
Cindy March 20, 2013 at 12:01 AM
Jesus befriended sinners, but did not participate in their sins, did not condone their sins, and also had much to say about hell. Sounds like the school hit the nail on the head. Some people just don't appreciate others holding up a mirror so they can see the real "them". If you have gone to HCA, it was purely your choice. Also your choice NOT to attend. Certainly, if you are sitting in judgment of them, you are no better than you say they are. Sounds exactly the same to me.....hypocrites!
WKC March 20, 2013 at 07:22 PM
HCA is an awesome school with people trying hard to make a difference in the world. My kids have been attending the school for several years and it is nice to know that my kids attend a school where Christ is the focus. HCA is not a perfect school and it has rules/guidelines just like all other schools so it might not be the right place for you. However, if you want your kids to get a great education, participate in extra curricular activities and be in an environment where everyone is striving for the ultimate goal (eternal life with Christ), then HCA is the place for you.
Cindy March 21, 2013 at 01:29 AM
I agree WKC. It is a great school, and it is refreshing to know the gospel is preached and taught at HCA. For those not in tune with Christ, I'm sure the power of conviction, and the honesty of those who may have expressed the destination of the unsaved, made the perpetrator of the crime a pretty uncomfortable fellow. Better to be uncomfortable for a while, and maybe change one's ways, than burn for an eternity. He should be thanking HCA for pointing out the obvious to him. I do pray this wayward young man sees his sin and confesses his condition before it is too late for his soul.
Beth Thomas March 21, 2013 at 12:42 PM
I have 3 children at HCA and my oldest has been there 13 years now. I am also a former teacher of HCA. It is not a perfect school, but I don't think there is a perfect school. The thing is, it is a school founded on Christian beliefs and a Chrisitan worldview. So if you don't agree with those beliefs or want your children in that environment, you have a choice to not send them there. That's what public school is for. Most of us sacrifice greatly to send our kids there and it's not easy to pay that tuition bill every year, but we believe our kids are getting the best education around our area. It's those kids who come because of discipline issues or rebellious attitudes that make the school look bad. You know, one bad apple in the bunch. Yes, the staff would teach repentance and salvation because that's one of the core beliefs. There will always be hypocrisy in the church, or school for this matter, because WE ARE ALL SINNERS, and not one of us is better than anyone else. The difference is we know we are sinners and we are trying to live for Christ. We fail though because we are human. That doesn't make us any better. The faculty and staff truly do love and care for each student and family. There have been and always be some teachers that do notbelongthere, and that eventually comes out. That's why we as parents pray For our headmaster, principals, school board,etc. to make those decisions that are best for the school.
MC21 March 21, 2013 at 12:46 PM
"the destination of the unsaved" and suggesting this young man will "burn for eternity".. Cindy, you certainly fit the realm of what makes up the ignorant and judgemental southern Baptists that look down upon others to "feel" more righteous about yourself; much of what the HCA community is made up of. You must fit in VERY well ;) --HCA class of 2011
MC21 March 21, 2013 at 01:14 PM
ain't it the truth!! Ahah preach on!! pudney
Beth Thomas March 21, 2013 at 02:50 PM
Correction... There have been some teachers/staff that may not belong there... Once a teacher, always a teacher...I'm using my red pen to correct my mistakes.
C21 March 21, 2013 at 06:55 PM
This is sadly nonsense, I know of this person and the school and I am disinclined to accept this version of truth. I do wonder why someone would send their child to a Christian schools, whose statements of belief are readily available if their beliefs run counter to that. Too often we find that people denigrate people of faith simply because someone challenges their actions and calls them to be accountable. No one told this person he was going to hell.
C21 March 21, 2013 at 06:57 PM
This is not true....and if it did when where and to whom was such nonsense uttered
Cindy March 22, 2013 at 07:01 AM
Thank you for your observation, MC21. Seems a mirror is needed for you. You called me "ignorant and judgemental". You also called me Southern Baptist. You said I look down upon others so I could "feel more righteous about myself". Well, you are sadly mistaken on several counts. You are reading things into my statements, but I did not make those statements. Seems you are the hypocrite you accuse me of being. You are judgmental and ignorant, dear one. I only shared my Christian beliefs about God's Word. There's no "looking down" on anyone, but an observation about this young man's behavior.....and apparently now, based on what C21 wrote, his lies about HCA. I have absolutely no association with HCA, believe it or not. I am, based on your tag of "HCA class of 2011, much older than you. By the way, God's Word says there is only one way to heaven.....through accepting Jesus' sacrifice on the cross. So, yes, if one has not done that, the assumption is burn, baby, burn. That thought does not make me happy for any person. By the way, many churches and denominations believe God's Word....not just Southern Baptists. I applaud Southern Baptists for getting that part right, though!
bluepony:) March 23, 2013 at 12:38 AM
actually if you want your kids to suck at sports, have horrible math/science grades, kiss the feet of the "holier than thou" principal, and ultimately become confused and inquire their own religious beliefs, then yes HCA is perfect for you.
bluepony:) March 23, 2013 at 12:51 AM
they send their kids to this school because they think, from the outside looking in, that it will be a great place for their child's education and faith. well, the school really began to go downhill after it switched to and from the corrupt, hypocritical hands of 2, and now 3 people in power. hebron parents know exactly what i'm talking about. one of them even stated that he resigned because it was "god's calling for him" when in reality he didn't want to be caught and humiliated. what a great school. and actually "no one told him he was going to hell"? are you kidding me? seems like the teachers and parents see and hear what they choose. granted, there are (and were) a few wonderful teachers at HCA that instead of criticizing and punishing confused students, told them that they were in their shoes once too, and it's okay to make mistakes and believe differently sometimes because god made no one perfect and that's how we learn.
Ex HCA Parent March 23, 2013 at 01:19 AM
I find it ironic that Cindy has made so many comments on this kids one mistake in judgement. She stated that "I have absolutely no association with HCA". Really? Then why did you feel that you had to put your two cents in? You have no idea at all of what HCA stands for or how they treat the kids that go there. You keep "preaching" but apparently have forgotten what God said in John 8:7. Maybe you should go back and read your Bible more carefully before you start throwing stones.
Ex HCA Parent March 23, 2013 at 01:34 AM
I'm sorry Cindy, how can you say it is a great school since you have absolutely no association with HCA? I know what went on at HCA. We placed our four children there after much prayer and kept them there for years. The Elementary campus was wonderful. The teachers and administrators on that campus really did love and care for the students and families plus they showed the kids by example of how to be a true Christian. But, the Middle/High campus is a totally different story. Once the administration changed hands, things on the Middle/High campus went downhill very fast. The bad things that happened with the administration and teachers were swept under the rug and not made public. Even after the Principal committed adultery, one teacher showed the middle school kids how to inject coke, a coach was allowed to stay even after inappropriate behavior with a student, another coach was allowed to flirt with girls, and make inappropriate comments, an administrator was allowed to "resign" but with full honors and celebrations after breaking the law, a great teacher was fired because he stood up for Christ, and the students, there is so much more, but get the picture? The administrators would have "chapel" and told the students all the bad stuff they did when they were younger, drugs, alcohol, sex, etc., but then turned around and told the kids THEY would go to HELL if they did any of that. And yes, these kids were told they would go to Hell on numerous occasions. That's a FACT
Ex HCA Parent March 23, 2013 at 04:19 AM
To continue my comments above, two of our children did graduate from HCA, but we regret we did not take our second child out of HCA before it was too late. We did take our other two out of HCA right after that, but the scars have remained. Yes, it was our decision to place our children there because we felt God had led us. During all the turmoil at the Middle/High school, we kept praying for the students and administration. We stayed, thinking the administration was following God's word and was praying for guidance as well. Sadly, that was not the case. Yes, HCA was founded on Christian beliefs and Christ was the center of the school - until the last 2-3 years. But, politics, power and greed took over and HCA somehow lost Christ along the way. The majority of administrators and teachers no longer show their love or care for most students. Sure, there are a very few "special" students (star athletes, teachers kids, family, best friends children), who are given the attention that is advertised at HCA, but other students are left out and shunned. Students who need and look for guidance are ignored. Students who were grounded in their faith became unsure because of all of the abuse from the administration. Students were kicked out instead of counseled, or prayed for. Students were constantly told how bad they were, they did not deserve to go to Heaven, and students were told "do as I say, not as I do". It is no wonder these kids need help - from TRUE Christians, not impostors.
Ex HCA Parent March 23, 2013 at 04:57 AM
As you can see, this has been on my heart for a long time and I cannot stay silent anymore. Beth was correct in saying there is no perfect school. But when you pay a hefty price to educate your children, place your children in a "Christian" school, you expect certain outcomes. Most parents who are honest, agree HCA Middle/High school campus is not the school it use to be. It does not matter if the administrators/teachers are/were sinning; the students are/were required to be perfect angels. The "Christian" education is gone, the academics are now at the public school level - not advanced nor biblical as in the past; if you do not donate hundreds of dollars to the school or athletics, your children suffer; there is much more bullying, backstabbing, and gossiping at this small school vs other private schools or public schools for that matter - even the teachers gossip in the "cafetorium" about students. There is more "alternate lifestyles", drugs, alcohol, and sex than you would ever imagine in a private school going on, and if you do not believe it - you must be living in a different century. I was shocked how the school ignored these things. The administrators and teachers are suppose to be Christian examples to the students. These kids are smart, they can see most of the people at HCA are hypocrites - through their actions. Actions speak louder than words. Children are suppose to be taught and lead by example. HCA is a very bad example.
WKC March 23, 2013 at 08:57 PM
I am sorry your kids did not have a great experience at HCA. I am sure there are several other families who were disappointed with HCA as well. Like I said in an earlier comment, HCA is not for everyone. As for my family, we have enjoyed and continue to enjoy the time we have spent at HCA. Many private schools go through changes in staff and have their downtimes during sports years. HCA is no exception. They have had many kids get athletic scholarships to colleges and many more get academic scholarships. All men sin and fall short of the glory of God, if Christians were perfect, Christ would not have needed to die for us. HCA is striving to teach our kids to keep their eyes on Jesus. He is the only perfect example.
infinity3166 March 25, 2013 at 01:55 PM
I will say as an ex-student I can first hand tell you that not only did we get told as individuals that we are going to hell but our Wednesday chapels becamemore of a forced to sit through an hour of being told directly of how sinful we were but that "they know what we are going through" they're our "buddies". I will say that just so everyone knows usually someone from the administration posts on these kinds of things as an "outsider" or "concerned parent" to try and bring disbelief to everyone's negative feedback. Ever wonder why you don't see floods of alumni coming back? If you weren't perfect they instantly labeled you as sinful, and the kids who were perfect got special treatment. The only positive thing I have to say is that I loved the teachers that realized what was going on and would be honest with us(I still even talk to them). Another point I wanted to make was not all kids chose to be there, they were made to go there by their parents so using the excuse of "oh they choose to go there so stop complaining" is just ignorant.
mollyrose March 26, 2013 at 10:40 PM
They are probably right about this particular doofus....he'll probably end up in hell at the rate he is going now, not for pissing on a door but much worse since he is already drinking alcohol illegally and probably has been for years. Don't play the 'going to hell card" kid....straighten yourself out now. Mom and Dad, don't defend him for this action. He was in the wrong. Let him work out his sentence, if any. You owe it to him to let him be accountable for vandalism and you might want to take that car away before he kills himself and/or others/ Drinking and driving will end up killing him or another innnocent person. Take control now!
John h March 27, 2013 at 02:10 PM
HCA is a school over protective mothers send their kinds who get beat up at MillCreek and Dacula. Or if you want to play a sport but you are as athletic as Hellen Keller
Beth Thomas March 27, 2013 at 02:34 PM
Actually, some of us want our children to get a great education, to be well-prepared for college, and learn a biblical worldview. There are great athletes at HCA. Many have gone on to get scholarships and play in college. There are more opportunities to participate in sports at a smaller school and some receive Gwinnett County awards along with athletes from Dacula and Mill Creek. Many students decide to come to HCA from Dacula or Mill Creek on their own accord, not because they've been beaten up, but for different opportunities. HCA, or any Christian school, is not for everyone, and should be a prayerful decision.
Beth Thomas March 27, 2013 at 02:51 PM
Bluepony... I have 3 kids involved with multiple sports and have been for 6 years now. They are very good at their sports and have been honored and awarded, not only within the school, but within Gwinnett County. Their teams have won region playoffs and have excelled into the State Playoffs. All 3 of my kids have excellent math/science (all subjects) grades and work hard to achieve those. They may not agree with all of the administration's decisions (who does?), but they have been taught to respect those in authority over them. They also have the confidence to speak up and out when something is not right. They have been taught to make their religious beliefs their own based on the Bible, not just what their parents/church teach & believe. And no, HCA is not perfect, nor for everyone.
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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