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Teens loot and destroy after birthday party
By ANNA PRICE
OUT OF control Hornby juveniles
ran wild after a 16th birthday
party in Rolleston on Friday
night, causing thousands of dol-
lars of damage and breaking into
They are also suspected of driv-
ing away two cars that vanished
in the early hours the following
The liquor-stoked teens -- who
apparently missed the last bus
home -- ran amok, breaking into
the Countdown supermarket and
Subway bar, trashing and upturn-
ing garbage containers, firing
road cones around the streets, and
interfering with cars. Tui stubbies
were smashed against the wheels
of a vehicle, demolishing a tail
Broken glass was taken by
police for forensic examination.
Three juveniles, one as young as
13, were caught redhanded in an
alleyway behind Rolleston Square
with several hundred dollars of
cash and handfuls of treats from a
break-in at Supervalue supermar-
Police have slammed poor par-
Senior Constable Lois Willis-
Hornby between 10pm and mid-
I'm pretty gobsmacked that a
group of kids can cause so much
mayhem and damage,'' she said.
Two cars were reported stolen --
one from Main South Rd, the
other from Rolleston Autos
opposite the BP gas station.
We suspect it was kids,'' Ms
The wild night taxed Selwyn
As we were trying to appre-
hend offenders at Countdown,
alarms went off at Subway,'' she
Three juveniles aged 13, 15 and
16 were bagged in the alleyway
behind The Square.
In both burglaries, the doors
had been forced.
Ms Williscroft said the mayhem
These kids should have been
dropped off and uplifted from the
Two youths were to appear in
the Christchurch District Court
on Tuesday charged with two bur-
glaries. The 13-year-old girl would
be dealt with by Police Youth Aid.
The birthday party on East
Maddisons Rd had been well
supervised but some youths left
These kids are streetwise,'' Ms
Last week, police told parents
they should take responsibility
and pick up their partying teens
from the Selwyn district.
Residents say they are fed up
with drunk teens upturning trash
bins and running wild.
BATTLE LOST: Four-year-old Brydie Lauder died in July and her mother Anna has started a charitable trust in her name.
By ABBIE NAPIER
WHEN BRYDIE Lauder's four-
year-old body lost its battle with
epilepsy her family started a
charitable trust to remember her
as the true treasure'' she was.
Brydie's life was a short one and
she spent much of it in hospital
undergoing tests and trying new
Three months after her death,
mum Anna Lauder has set up the
Brydie Lauder Charitable Trust to
fundraise for paediatric neuro-
Brydie was born with Beckwith-
Wiedmann Syndrome, which
caused the enlargement of her
tongue and the organs on the
right side of her body.
At only six-months-old she had
her first tongue-reduction sur-
gery. She would have two more
before her second birthday.
She just never slept,'' Anna
said. She'd wake up screaming
As stupid as it sounds, now I
miss those nights. I often ended
up spending the night in her
With the other kids off to
school in the morning, it seems
very quiet without her here.''
However it was not Beckwith-
Weidmann Syndrome which
ended Brydie's life.
At the age of 2 she was diag-
nosed with intractable epilepsy.
Brydie started to have regular
seizures and did not respond to
any of the treatments despite the
tireless and dedicated efforts of
neurologists Paul Shillito and
They tried everything,'' Anna
said. They really fought for her,
but in the end her body just didn't
Brydie went to sleep one
Sunday night and never woke up
again. Her ashes sit in the family
home and her older sisters still
take her to watch movies or
attend birthday parties.
With something like this, you
need to find peace somehow. This
trust is going to be it for me,''
The Brydie Lauder Charitable
Trust is hosting a family day
fundraiser on October 14 complete
with pony rides, face painting,
and hair braiding.
The money raised will be
donated to the paediatric neuro-
logy department at Christchurch
Check out Brydie Lauder Chari-
table Trust on Facebook for more
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