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Written Troop policy can make things SO complicated. To answer the question, have that specific Scout clean up his mess. The paper warning means NOTHING to a Scout, young or old. Scouts need immediate consequences for their actions, good as well as bad. In having the Scout clean up his mess, and since this action was obviously intended and purposefull, he needs to be told that next time a serious offense takes place, a parent will be summoned, a brief meeting will be held with all parties, and the Scout will be sent home until the next meeting. Possible suspension "could" be discussed. Stop this type of destructive action now, or it will "bite" you in the butt later.



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