Kids burglarize teacher’s home and mock him by leaving misspelled letters behindBy Mason White 4:57 PM September 14, 2016
|The notes that were left behind|
By: Tanya Malhotra
(Scroll down for video) A man who spends his day teaching and helping students, was shocked when he was robbed by kids.
Joseph Alvarado, who is a middle school special education teacher of Houston, Texas, said that his daughter called him after she came home to find items missing.
Alvarado came home and realized that someone stole their PlayStation that was in their living room and his daughter’s laptop computer that was upstairs in her bedroom.
Alvarado said that the thieves climbed over a tall fence on his property and then kicked in the back door.
After he called police, Alvarado found two notes that were handwritten and had spelling mistakes.
One note read: “I stole your stuff because my brother told me to.”
The second note stated: “I broke in… haha… and took your PS3, controllers, games, and computer.”
That note was signed “By: a kid… haha.”
Police are investigating the incident, but so far, no arrests have been made.