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Texas Liberty Campaign - DFW Message Board › Bounty hunting students in Arlington and Mansfield - $40 per truant student

Bounty hunting students in Arlington and Mansfield - $40 per truant student

user 4356268
Santa Rosa, CA
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Arlington ISD boasts a 95 percent attendance rate. Those who are truant now have a bounty on their heads. Crime Stoppers will pay $40 for reporting them.

"No, they'll be kept anonymous," Walker said.

Arlington students have been calling crime stoppers for years to report thieves or vandals, according to Walker. He pointed out that Crime Stoppers, and not the district, is paying for the program.

Mansfield ISD also will participate.

Officials say that in order to be considered truant, students must miss 3 or more days, otherwise it's just skipping class. Crime stoppers will pay $20 for successfully reporting class skippers.

user 4356268
Santa Rosa, CA
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