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Police: Girl tosses boy's iPhone into traffic

Police officers' responsibilties often include working through conflicts -- in one recent case, it seems, between two teens who argued over the content of some text messages. The victim: an iPhone.

According to Vienna police, a boy last month reported that he had left his iPhone in a girl's car. He later learned that she read some of his text messages and got mad, he told police.

-- Maria Glod

So, he told police, she tossed the phone into a McDonald's parking lot where it was crushed by passing cars.

No charges were filed, and the boy's parents told police he'd resolve the dispute with the girl's parents.

-- Maria Glod

By Maria Glod  |  March 12, 2010; 10:37 AM ET
Categories:  Maria Glod , Virginia  
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"No charges were filed, and the boy's parents told police he'd resolve the dispute with the girl's parents."

so then why'd he call the police??

Posted by: millionea7 | March 15, 2010 1:36 PM | Report abuse

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