Twelve-year-old Reginald Field was cutting grass when his neighbors called 911.
These homeowners thought Field had cut part of their lawn and felt it was necessary to bring the strong arm of the law in to detain and arrest this hardened criminal. What a joke!
Some people are just never happy with anything. These kids are doing a great service to the community, learning skills, being responsible and respectful. I don’t understand how miserable do you have to be to try to turn something so good into something bad??
Source: ABC 7 NY
Reginald Field started a business cutting grass for his neighbors, but his service at one customer’s house resulted in a 911 call.
Fields said everything was going fine until his customer’s neighbors called the police, claiming the teen had mowed part of their lawn.
“They said I was cutting their grass,” he said. “I didn’t know it.”
The neighbor told authorities that the teen and his crew had cut a portion of their property and were in their yard.
Fields said he became discouraged after the incident, but then the customer decided to post about the incident on Facebook.
The post received thousands of views and hundreds of shares, and with it, a business boom.
Now, Fields is receiving a lot of support and requests from new clients.
If the kid was cutting beyond the property line go out and kindly tell him, you don’t have to call the freaking cops for something like this, hell the police should tell the homeowner to try to handle it themselves first. I love what this kid and his family are doing, and I’m glad people are showing support to help make what could have been a make or break moment something positive and uplifting for him.
What a waste of police resources just because those idiot people are too agoraphobic to go outside and say, “don’t cut that part of my yard, please.” There is nothing more shameful than trying to destroy a kid’s enterprising spirit.
What do you think of these neighbors? SHARE your comments below.
Having problems finding a source for real news links in real time, click on Whatfinger.com. Visit, bookmark and share this resource and then tell your friends and family.