By Greg Sowinski - firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Lima News
LIMA — As most teenagers anxiously await the last day of classes before summer break so they can stay up late talking to friends and do other fun things, a small but growing number of teens are waking up in a much different life each day.
They are waking up behind bars where they may be for years instead of thinking about hot days swimming, barbecuing with the family, or playing games in the yard before returning to finish high school or leaving for college.
Recently, there has been a rash of shootings by teenagers, none of them old enough to buy a gun. They shoot at each other — never for a good reason — and sometimes the results can be deadly.