Cincinnati mum shares frustrations with justice system after ‘Kia boys’ stole and totaled her car

When you get out of your car, you lock it. You can even double-check just to make sure. But the next morning, you walk out and see nothing but glass. This same story has now happened to more than four dozen people in the tri-state area who own a Hyundai and Kia. A local woman is speaking out after her car was stolen from her Clifton home less than 10ft from her bedroom window. This is one of the viral Kia Boys that steals cars in under 30 seconds. Trend Kia Boys. His new 2020 Kia Sportage still had temporary tags when it was stolen Wednesday morning outside his apartment. I just saw my car, it’s an extreme security problem. Is someone going to have to die for them to finally do something about it?” she asked. Police found her car in a ditch saying she had taken off from Columbia Parkway and that his trunk was empty. “I had my trunk full. I spent over $200 on supplies for his third-grade class,” Recker said. “Oh, they didn’t try to take the $200 sweatshirt, another Nike jacket. They didn’t bother to take it all. But it’s like you even go to school? Why are you stealing my child’s school supplies?’Police arrested one suspect and are looking for three others. All underage, one age Recker says this behavior is unacceptable. ‘At 17, you know the difference between good and what is wrong. He’s been arrested four times in the past four weeks for stealing these cars,” Recker said. She wants the public to know the police are doing their job but questioning the justice system. “These officers are beyond of their intelligence, do their job and stop these kids and they trust our system to do the right thing,” Recker said. Pleading with parents to take some responsibility so that the lives of others are not ruined. “The first time parents know what’s going on. And after four times, you’re still going to let your child out of the house under house arrest. Where’s the parenting on this?” Recker said. WLWT asked Recker if she could say anything to city leaders or prosecutors. “These kids are 17, they know right from wrong. Please file a complaint and judge them as adults. They are ruining people’s lives,” she said.

When you get out of your car, you lock it. You can even double-check just to make sure. But the next morning, you walk out and see nothing but glass. This same story has now happened to more than four dozen people in the tri-state area who own a Hyundai and Kia.

A local woman is speaking out after her car was stolen from her Clifton home less than 10ft from her bedroom window. This is one of the viral Kia Boys that steals cars in under 30 seconds.

“It’s not like they’re just taking them for a ride, my car is completely wrecked,” Ashley Recker said.

She’s the latest victim to come forward in the current Kia Boys trend. His new 2020 Kia Sportage still had temporary tags when it was stolen Wednesday morning outside his apartment.

“I just screamed and called 911 and I knew what it was because I heard the news on the radio about those Kia boys. I just saw my car, it’s a problem with extreme security. Is it going to take anyone to die for them to finally do something about this?” she asked.

Police found her car in a ditch saying it had taken off from Columbia Parkway and its trunk had been emptied.

“I had my trunk full. I spent over $200 on supplies for his third-grade class,” Recker said. “Oh, they didn’t try to take the $200 sweatshirt, another Nike jacket. They didn’t bother to take all that. But it’s like you even go to school Why are you stealing my child’s school supplies?

Police have arrested one suspect and are looking for three others. All minors, an age Recker says this behavior is unacceptable.

“At 17, you know the difference between right and wrong. He’s been arrested four times in the last four weeks for stealing these cars,” Recker said.

She wants the public to know that the police are doing their job but questioning the justice system.

“These officers are beyond smart, doing their job and arresting these kids and they trust our system to do the right thing,” Recker said.

Beg parents to take some responsibility so that the lives of others are not ruined.

“The first time, the parents know what’s going on. And after four times, you’re still going to let your child out of the house under house arrest. Where’s the parenting on that?” said Recker.

WLWT asked Recker if she could say anything to city leaders or prosecutors.

“These kids are 17, they know right from wrong. Please press charges and try them like adults. They are ruining people’s lives,” she said.

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