There Are No Children Here - Summer 1989, Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Summer 1989, Chapter 28 Summary

Lafeyette is nervous about an upcoming court date. Four weeks earlier he was arrested for allegedly breaking into a truck near the stadium and taking some goods, along with four other boys. Lafeyette claims he did not know the boys and was just walking by when the incident happened. He was worried he would get blamed so ran for home but was picked up by the police before he made it. He packs his clothes away as Pharoah watches, worried he won't be coming home. Lafeyette no longer wears hats or earrings. Rickey has been arrested for snatching a chain from a motorist stopped at a traffic light. Lafeyette has been spending much more time at home as he doesn't trust the outside world. However, being cooped up in a noisy, sweaty apartment isn't easy. LaShawn is constantly disappearing, leaving her children in the care...

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