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California / Parachute Kids #627085

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 09, 1999
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(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) Report introduced.

(San Marino: Dan Lothian) Crimes in California against "parachute kids," children of Asian overseas parents who are living alone in upscale neighborhoods, featured; details given of the kidnapping of San Marino, California, high school student Johnny Chen. [Student services Diane CARLILE, psychologist Dr. Andrew YEMIN - say the children are unsupervised and vulnerable.] [FBI assistant director Tim McNALLY - says often the parents do not notify police.]

Reporter(s):
Lothian, Dan;
O'Brien, Soledad
Duration:
00:02:10

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