An Illinois state lawmaker needs to boycott the offer of vicious computer games, including Grand Theft Auto, as carjackings have expanded in the state.

Rep. Marcus Evans Jr., a Democrat, has presented a bill that would alter a previous law prohibiting certain computer games from being offered to minors. His correction would boycott the offer of games with topic including “motor vehicle theft with a driver or passenger present,” as indicated by the Chicago Sun Times. The correction presently can’t seem to be decided on.

There have been restored banters around the boycott after carjackings among youngsters have gone up as of late.

“The bill would prohibit the sale of some of these games that promote the activities that we’re suffering from in our communities,” Evans said, according to the Chicago Sun Times.

A 16-year-old was captured and accused of carjacking on Monday. Days prior, there were two 15-year-olds captured and accused of carjacking too, Fox 32 Chicago announced.

A previous cop was additionally carjacked this previous week. The youthful culprits were found, yet the official said “these guys feel like they are going to get right back out, especially since they are juveniles.”

Computer games being a reason for rough demonstrations in minors is a discussed subject, with some accepting a prohibition on vicious computer games for kids would help decline wrongdoing while others accept that computer games don’t add to forceful demonstrations in kids.

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