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crazy4wdw
05-22-2007, 06:17 AM
Adults, teens arrested in Disney brawl

Willoughby Mariano | Sentinel Staff Writer
Posted May 22, 2007, 5:16 AM EDT

Three teens and two adults were arrested at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom after deputies said they spat on guests, cursed and brawled with an Orange County deputy, according to a report released Monday.

The arrest took place at about 11:15 p.m. Sunday, after Rose Dipietro, 20, Brian Guilfoil, 19, and three teens, all of Shirley, New York, were detained by Disney security for being unruly and possibly drunk, according to a sheriff's report.

The group threatened the security officers, who called for help from sheriff's deputies. When one deputy tried to intercede, Guilfoil pushed the deputy while his companions rushed into the fray, the report states.

Security guards and deputies rushed to the deputy's aid, and the deputy used his stun gun against a 17-year-old girl.. The five suspected brawlers were arrested for felony battery on a law enforcement officer and other related charges.

Dipietro and Guilfoil were booked into Orange County Jail, where they were released Monday afternoon on $2,300 bail each.

The teens--girls 17 and 16 and a 14-year-old boy-- were taken to the county's juvenile detention facility.

Kim&Chris
05-22-2007, 07:38 AM
:scared1: :eek:

WebmasterCricket
05-22-2007, 07:57 AM
Trip report:

We rode Space Mountain, TTA and then watched a cop stun gun a drunk 17 year old girl right after she spat on people all at no extra cost!

rantnnravin
05-22-2007, 07:57 AM
sadly, this doesn't surprise me.
that area is about 8 miles east of where we live.
it has been on a steady decline since the late 70's

MasterShake
05-22-2007, 09:11 AM
Trip report:

We rode Space Mountain, TTA and then watched a cop stun gun a drunk 17 year old girl right after she spat on people all at no extra cost!

Maybe this was just a new street show; stun guns can be kind of futuristic. If this had happened in Frontierland, would they have pistol whipped the offender?

hrsmom
05-22-2007, 09:49 AM
:scared1: :scared1: :scared1:

JMR859
05-22-2007, 05:55 PM
Disney shouldn't tolorate people behaving badly in their parks. That is the biggest problem in this country, kids are encouraged to say and do whatever they want. The article says that they were spitting and cursing at guests. I know what I would have done to the little angel if I got spit on! Unfortunately for the Sheriff, he will likely be criminally investigated. And I'm sure Disney will be sued also and end up paying the little jerk for all his "trauma". If I sound a little annoyed it's because I work in the Courts and see all this kind of nonsense daily.

Mickmse2002
05-22-2007, 07:14 PM
Disney shouldn't tolorate people behaving badly in their parks. That is the biggest problem in this country, kids are encouraged to say and do whatever they want. The article says that they were spitting and cursing at guests. I know what I would have done to the little angel if I got spit on! Unfortunately for the Sheriff, he will likely be criminally investigated. And I'm sure Disney will be sued also and end up paying the little jerk for all his "trauma". If I sound a little annoyed it's because I work in the Courts and see all this kind of nonsense daily.
Why would the deputy be investigated and Disney sued?

JMR859
05-22-2007, 07:19 PM
I'm sure the brat's parents will retain a lawyer for the way their son/daughter was "injured" with the excessive force used.

tomerin
05-22-2007, 07:40 PM
sadly, this doesn't surprise me.
that area is about 8 miles east of where we live.
it has been on a steady decline since the late 70's



yes, it doesnt suprise me either but this is where you should have stopped. this area has NOT been on a steady decline since the 70's. do some research. this area has been vicitimized by a steady stream of misconceptions and falsehoods by pople who do not live in this area and honestly i am sick of it.

i am sure that there has never been a case in patchogue where the combination of teens misbehaving and possibly drinking resulted in trouble.

the reply you made should have stuck to the topic and not condemning an area that you obviously do not know much about.

frankly i am embarrassed that someone from my area was involved in something this stupid and i hope that they truly get was they deserve

mattsdragon
05-22-2007, 07:53 PM
Disney shouldn't tolorate people behaving badly in their parks. That is the biggest problem in this country, kids are encouraged to say and do whatever they want. The article says that they were spitting and cursing at guests. I know what I would have done to the little angel if I got spit on! Unfortunately for the Sheriff, he will likely be criminally investigated. And I'm sure Disney will be sued also and end up paying the little jerk for all his "trauma". If I sound a little annoyed it's because I work in the Courts and see all this kind of nonsense daily.

Whenever there is a weapon's discharge, there is an investigation. However, from this and other news reports I've seen, the cop behaved well within his use of force continium. If the cop is exonerated, there is no case against WDW, and the parent's can legally sue.

KyleRayner
05-22-2007, 10:19 PM
When I first heard this story, I was so upset to hear that people would be so rude and disrespectful especially in such a family oriented surrounding. Then to find out that these people were from Long Island where I live just made me sick.

On another Disney discussion board that shall remain nameless, the thread turned into a NY bashing thread. People making comments like "well they're from NY, what do you expect."

I just want to say that not all New Yorkers/Long Islanders are like that and that the behavior of these people does not stem from where they raised, but how. These kids could have been from anywhere and obviously their parents did not teach them how to treat people with respect and how to behave in public.

Uncleromulus
05-23-2007, 04:44 AM
As for the "tasered" lass--I sincerely hope that it HURT!!!!!!

rantnnravin
05-23-2007, 06:47 AM
not condemning an area that you obviously do not know much about.

oh, i guess graduating from William Floyd High School in 1986 doesn't quailfy me for knowing much about the area?
shame on me.
i guess i got out of town way too quick.

tomerin
05-23-2007, 07:15 AM
oh, i guess graduating from William Floyd High School in 1986 doesn't quailfy me for knowing much about the area?
shame on me.
i guess i got out of town way too quick.

maybe in the 1980's it did but not now it does not

rantnnravin
05-23-2007, 07:17 AM
uuuuhhh
yeah.
ok.

scrapbook35
05-23-2007, 05:09 PM
My husband graduated from Floyd 1986.(Hi Lisa) I'd bet a million dollars you know him.
I graduated two years later.
I think a lot of our USA towns have kids/young folk that act this way. We don't usually see them in Tomorrowland though, the high cost of a Disney ticket usually filters them out.
"One Bad Apple Don't Spoil the Whole Bunch Girl "-- Stuck in the 80's :rotfl2:

mitros
05-23-2007, 05:20 PM
As for the "tasered" lass--I sincerely hope that it HURT!!!!!!

nyuk nyuk nyuk......:thumbsup2

rantnnravin
05-23-2007, 06:47 PM
My husband graduated from Floyd 1986.(Hi Lisa) I'd bet a million dollars you know him.
I graduated two years later.
I think a lot of our USA towns have kids/young folk that act this way. We don't usually see them in Tomorrowland though, the high cost of a Disney ticket usually filters them out.
"One Bad Apple Don't Spoil the Whole Bunch Girl "-- Stuck in the 80's :rotfl2:

scrapbook,
tell him i was the one with the black mohawk --

NeverEnufWDW
05-23-2007, 11:01 PM
maybe in the 1980's it did but not now it does not

Gee, you must be omnipotent -- knowing exactly how well-behaved and cultured all the people growing up in your lovely community are. :rolleyes:

tomerin
05-24-2007, 05:08 PM
Gee, you must be omnipotent -- knowing exactly how well-behaved and cultured all the people growing up in your lovely community are. :rolleyes:

i just know that my community is not as bad as other percieve it to be. maybe i should have phrased my reply to ranntnravin differently as she did have knowledge of the area. that is my fault. hopefully she will read this thread again and accept my apology. even omnipotent ones make mistakes:stir: :stir: :stir: :stir:

NYBlue1
05-24-2007, 05:33 PM
Sad thing is kids from all areas these days are becoming more and more disrespectful of everyone around them. Rich, middleclass poor makes no diffrence, in fact i would say some of the more privledged are worse than some of the less fortunate.

The me generations children are now becoming young adults and its an ugly ugly thing, they are still worried about themselves and their children are unsupervised animals. :confused3

a1tinkfans
05-24-2007, 06:48 PM
DISGUSTING AND SAD INDEED :sad2:
and certainly NOT indicative of all Long Islanders!!

Have a SAFE and enjoyable Memorial Day Weekend everyone!

KINGBOBOFTHENORTH
05-24-2007, 07:04 PM
And I'm sure Disney will be sued also and end up paying the little jerk for all his "trauma". If I sound a little annoyed it's because I work in the Courts and see all this kind of nonsense daily.

All of us will be asked to serve as a juror at some point. So many of these lawsuits would never get filed if more juries didn't buy the b.s. that these lawyers spew out. By now the family of this kid has probably hired a lawyer and the kid has begun medical and psychiatric treatment because of the trauma! Some doctor out there is going to claim permanent injuries.

Fortunately most of us here in Orange County happen to like the Mouse and it takes a high hurdle before we're going to find him liable to a snotty-nosed punk.

Disclaimer: This is my opinion.
(I put this disclaimer here so that I too don't get sued!)

BobK/Orlando

drakethib
06-03-2007, 11:13 AM
regardless of where the teens where from, this ticks me off.

We go to WDW so that we don't have to deal with this kind of BS.

I hope they are prosecuted and do some time over this, maybe I sound harsh but enough is enough.

mitros
06-03-2007, 12:16 PM
regardless of where the teens where from, this ticks me off.

We go to WDW so that we don't have to deal with this kind of BS.

I hope they are prosecuted and do some time over this, maybe I sound harsh but enough is enough.

Doesn't sound harsh at all, problem with crime today, is that there is not enough punishment. There are an awful lot of "slaps on the wrist" going on these days. A pity............:sad2:

adabob
06-03-2007, 12:47 PM
Wow i just hope that i does not happen again

scrapbook35
06-03-2007, 06:30 PM
A Mohawk ! ?
I can't believe we still live here. We swore we'd marry and go straight to FLORIDA. I'm still waiting !!

DIXIEDIVAMOM
06-29-2007, 11:50 PM
Why are people surprised by this??? Did you ever watch the behavior of some of the kids at TL and BB especially in the Lazy River? I have never seen any of the CM's say anything to one of these kids and it really anoys me .

Flyerfan
06-30-2007, 05:43 PM
I hate to hear this stuff. I, for one, go to Disney to forget reality for a bit. It's a happy place for me and I don't want to see this when I'm there. (Some) teens these days are just downright disrespectful, rude and don't give a flyin' fig about anyone but themselves. And these kids are in every town, city, state across this country. I would have never done those things growing up (child of the 80's). I was brought up to respect people. I'm afraid society is going downhill fast.