Interview with Dr. Grant Friley
QUESTION 5
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

So you're a cop, what's your response? You're watching this.

GRANT FRILEY:

My response at one time to the children doing it was--I stopped them, I talked to them and I tried to, to, to make them aware of the dangers of going into a store, grabbing things that didn't belong to them. No, I didn't arrest them, I didn't do anything to them because, ah, and then my list of priorities, ah, in doing things that day, was not dealing with milk and cheese and honey with children. But I got damn angry when I saw people looting businesses and walking out with televisions and, and, and, and, and other kind of items like that, and we made arrests, and we stopped and we talked to people and we, at times I took items away and threw them back into the store as opposed to arresting people because, ah, to just continually arrest and grab people. We would have been there forever because everybody and his uncle was grabbing things.

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

OK, stop.