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3:10 PM -- Sometimes Father Knows Best. Fox News Philadelphia tells the tale:

    A 13-year-old boy, who police found handcuffed and chained to a bed, was arrested a day later on charges of vandalism and attempted auto theft.

    The boy and some friends vandalized a couple of vehicles and tried to steal a car from a dealership in Philadelphia on Saturday, police said.

    A day earlier, police were called to the boy's home in the Frankford neighborhood and found him chained and handcuffed to a bed.

    The boy's father, Russell Fisher, told police he restrained the boy to keep him out of trouble.

    Police arrested Fisher, 42, on Friday night and charged him with unlawful restraint, false imprisonment, endangering the welfare and recklessly endangering another person.
False imprisonment? Sentence that kid to house arrest.

— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading

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