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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Man sentenced for soliciting nude photos of Gloucester girl

    GLOUCESTER — A 40-year-old Virginia Beach man was ordered by a judge on Tuesday in Gloucester County Circuit Court to serve five years in prison for enticing a teenage girl to text him nude photos of herself and then posting them on social media...
  • New Jersey teen's suit seeking tuition from parents is dismissed

    New Jersey teen Rachel Canning has dropped her lawsuit against her own parents, likely bringing an end to the unusual public firestorm that emerged from a family disagreement over house rules and tuition money. Canning, 18, appeared with her parents...
  • Rachel Canning, who sued her parents for support, goes back to family

    Rachel Canning, who sued her parents for support, goes back to family
    Rachel Canning, the New Jersey teenager who sued her parents for financial support after she left their home, has proved Thomas Wolfe wrong: It seems you can, indeed, go home again, despite legal unpleasantness. Canning, 18, a cheerleader, athlete and...
  • Only adult in 2012 videotaped beating pleads guilty, gets time served

    Only adult in 2012 videotaped beating pleads guilty, gets time served
    The only teen charged as an adult with the videotaped beating of a Curie High School student that drew wide attention after it went viral online pleaded guilty today to a misdemeanor battery charge and was sentenced to time served. Raymond Palomino, now...
  • Former student sues ASD over Allen High assault

    Former student sues ASD over Allen High assault
    Allentown School District failed to take steps to prevent an attack by former Allen High School students with histories of violence that left a classmate with a broken jaw, a lawsuit on behalf of the injured student alleges. Omesimus Gayemen, now 19,...
  • Pact calls for better conditions for imprisoned juveniles

    Pact calls for better conditions for imprisoned juveniles
    Youths in Illinois' troubled juvenile prisons would receive enhanced access to education, mental health services and other improvements under a proposal that awaits a judge's approval. Eighteen months after suing the state's Department of Juvenile...
  • 1 charged after teen stabbed, critically injured when he refused to join gang

    1 charged after teen stabbed, critically injured when he refused to join gang
    A 16-year-old boy has been cited as a juvenile after a 15-year-old boy was stabbed in the neck, robbed of his wallet and dumped in a garbage container on the West Side as part of an attempt to recruit him into a gang, authorities said. The older boy has...
  • Annapolis Film Festival building on local and family bonds

    Annapolis Film Festival building on local and family bonds
    For documentary filmmakers and Annapolis residents Patti White and Lee Anderson, establishing a film festival in their hometown wasn't a labor of love. It was a no-brainer. White and Anderson, business partners since 1990 when they founded an Annapolis-...
  • Glastonbury Police Break Up Teen Drinking Party

    GLASTONBURY — Police said they broke up an underage drinking party at a home at 49 Nuthatch Knob early Saturday. Several people were found to be younger than 21 and were charged. Samraweit C. Maxwell, 19, of 49 Nuthatch Knob, was charged with...
  • Results-based financing for preschool catching on

    WASHINGTON Six hundred 3- and 4-year-olds are attending preschool in Salt Lake County and Park City, Utah, this year thanks to an innovative financing model that is catching the attention of government officials and lawmakers across the country. Under...
  • Deputies identify teens linked to killing of Windermere Officer Robert German

    Two teenagers — including one previously arrested for assault with a deadly weapon — were identified Sunday as being involved in the killing of Windermere police Officer Robert German as the small town's mayor called on residents to tie blue...