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Barbara Lash Interviews Project STORM Teen & Mother

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Project STORM is a program with the Chester County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina.  It helps troubled teens curb negative behavior by giving them a taste of life behind bars.

We spoke with one of the teens who just completed the program, and his mom about why she made the tough decision to send her son to Project STORM.  And it has a lot to do with Jennifer Robinson's background.
 
She worked in the prison system before.  She told Barbara Lash that she just didn't want her son to end up like the inmates she's worked with. And she said she did this to "save his life."

14-year old Tyrone explains how it has changed his approach to dealing with the gangs in school.
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