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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Inquiry cites 'culture of violence' against teen inmates at Rikers Island

    A federal civil rights investigation concluded that adolescent male inmates at Rikers Island endured a "culture of violence" in one of New York's most historic and congested detention centers, the U.S. attorney in Manhattan announced Monday. The...
  • Mom of slain girl weeps after daughter's alleged killer hugs her mother in court

    Mom of slain girl weeps after daughter's alleged killer hugs her mother in court
    The mother of a 14-year-old girl who was slain in April wept in Cook County juvenile court today after the alleged killer, also a 14-year-old girl, was allowed to embrace her mother at the end of a status hearing on her charges. The scene unfolded after...
  • Armed victim returns gunfire, killing 14-year-old gang member, police say

    Armed victim returns gunfire, killing 14-year-old gang member, police say
    An armed Lakeland man killed a 14-year-old gang member in a shootout Wednesday evening after both drew guns and opened fire, according to the Lakeland Police Department. Virgis Canteen, 43, had accused Davion Smith of burglarizing his apartment last...
  • Man snapped photos of teen girl at Publix with pen-like camera, deputies say

    Man snapped photos of teen girl at Publix with pen-like camera, deputies say
    A man suspected of using a pen-like camera device to capture images up the skirt of a teen girl while she was shopping at an east Orange County Publix in June has been arrested, the Sheriff's Office said. Roger Allyn Strong, 60, was jailed Thursday on...
  • Judge reaffirms press and public access to foster care proceedings

    Judge reaffirms press and public access to foster care proceedings
    Los Angeles County court hearings to decide whether a potentially endangered child should be removed from his or her parents and placed in foster care will remain largely open to the press and public under a new judicial order.  Superior Court Judge...
  • Palm Beach Gardens teen killed in accidental shooting, police say

    A Palm Beach Gardens teen faces a manslaughter charge after shooting his friend while drunk and on drugs, according to a Palm Beach Gardens police arrest report. The shooting happened Saturday on Pinella Circle when police said a group of friends were...
  • Why Is DCF Singling Out Jane Doe?

    Why Is DCF Singling Out Jane Doe?
    What a woefully one-dimensional account the state Department of Children and Families has spun in steering transgender teen Jane Doe's heartbreaking trip through the juvenile justice system. The state agency has singled out her conduct for public...
  • 'Las Elegidas,' 'Domestic Animals,' 'Franco's Night' Selected for San Sebastian's Europe-Latin America Co-Pro Forum

    Mexican David Pablos' "Las Elegidas," "Domestic Animals," from Colombia's Andres Baiz, and "Franco's Night," by Bernardo Arellano, also from Mexico, will feature at the San Sebastian Fest's 3rd Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum. Event will be...
  • Officials downplay security breach by Southwest Airlines stowaway

    Officials downplay security breach by Southwest Airlines stowaway
    San Jose airport officials are downplaying a security breach that occurred earlier this week when a 62-year-old woman with a history of trespassing bypassed checkpoints and boarded a Southwest Airlines flight to Los Angeles without a ticket. John...
  • Fake urine seized at gigantic Orlando warehouse full of drug paraphernalia

    Fake urine seized at gigantic Orlando warehouse full of drug paraphernalia
    When an undercover officer and informant went shopping at the sprawling Honey 2000 warehouse in Orlando earlier this month, they picked up fake urine, bongs and "herb" grinders, records show. The covert shoppers had plenty to pick from: U.S. Drug...
  • On Columbia River, 'just add water' seems to be working

    BREWSTER, Wash. Good luck in ocean conditions for the past several years is stoking a bonanza fishing season for Pacific salmon. But even in this spectacular year, with record-breaking returns of sockeye and chinook predicted to the Fraser and Columbia...