On Other People's Problems, if you thought your kid was committing a crime, would you be able to turn them in? This dad is facing that dilemma and needs advice.

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Mike & Kate-
I think my son is committing a crime. He is in his 30s, and married and has kids. I can't give too many details because that would give away who he is. Let's just say he and his wife have always struggled just a bit. Nothing major but it was a big deal to go away for a weekend to McCall. Never a lot of extra money if you know what I mean. In the last 4 months he suddenly has money. They bought a new vehicle at the end of the summer. He got some things for a hobby he's never been able to afford and now they are planning a vacation out of the country next year. But nothing has changed at his job and not with his wife's job either. I have connections between my company and his and have done some digging. From what I've heard, I have a feeling I'm not the only one who is suspicious. How do I handle this? Do I bring it up to him? I'm afraid he'll get mad and shut me out. Do I talk with someone at his company and try and keep this within the company before they go to authorities. This would ruin him. I'm sick about this. I haven't even told my wife because I know she couldn't handle the stress. What would you do if you thought your kid was committing a crime?

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