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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • 'The DUFF' struggles to resolve its issues

    'The DUFF' struggles to resolve its issues
    “The DUFF” spends a lot of time trying to make the term “the DUFF” happen. It stands for “designated ugly fat friend,” and, yes, has an Urban Dictionary listing. But I refuse to believe this is something all the kids...
  • Man gets 15 to 30 years after plea in teen's shooting death

    A western Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty in the shooting death of a teenager more than two years ago. Twenty-four-year-old Brandon Sewell of Pittsburgh pleaded guilty to third-degree murder and other...
  • Pennsylvania House passes bill on cyber bullying

    A bill creating the offense of cyber harassment of a child in Pennsylvania has the overwhelming approval of the state House of Representatives. The bill passed Monday, 193-to-5, and goes to the Senate for consideration. Under the bill, cyber...
  • First Step program gives girls a chance to put street life behind them

    First Step program gives girls a chance to put street life behind them
    A few years ago, she would have been considered a "juvenile delinquent" and the horror visited upon her called a "victimless crime." On Friday, she was celebrated as a role model by the very people who once would have helped herd her into jail —...
  • Deputies: Six charged in Seminole safety sting

    Deputies: Six charged in Seminole safety sting
    Six people were arrested last week during a Seminole County Sheriff's Office safety operation designed to prevent shoplifting, burglaries, traffic crashes and other crimes, officials said. Investigators dressed in plain clothes worked with merchants...
  • State Police Arrest 40 In Cockfighting Operation In East Windsor

    State Police Arrest 40 In Cockfighting Operation In East Windsor
    EAST WINDSOR – More than 100 people were found at what state police described as a cockfighting operation in East Windsor Saturday night. Forty people were arrested at 248 South Main St. and charged with 54 counts of animal cruelty and one count of...
  • Child porn charges tied to ex-probation officer's cases

    Child porn charges tied to ex-probation officer's cases
    A former Lake County probation officer facing child pornography charges — allegedly involving juveniles he worked with as part of his job duties — is out of jail after posting a $25,000 cash bond. Matthew Goebel, 26, of Morton Grove, who...
  • L.A. County Superior Court expands access to free interpreter services

    The Los Angeles County Superior Court has begun expanding access to free interpreter services for those with limited English skills in some civil cases, seeking to address a gap in language services that federal authorities say violates the Civil Rights...
  • Milwaukee police: Officer injures man who pointed gun at him

    Milwaukee police say an officer shot and injured an 18-year-old man who pointed a gun at him. According to a news release, officers were dispatched at about 1 p.m. Saturday after firefighters who responded to a call for medical help discovered an...
  • Man, woman rob teen boy after asking for change in Lake Worth, deputies say

    Man, woman rob teen boy after asking for change in Lake Worth, deputies say
    A man and woman were arrested Thursday after they reportedly robbed a teen boy who was going to give the couple some spare change, deputies said. According to an arrest report, a man, 38, and woman, 33, went up to a 15-year-old boy on Feb. 15 who was...
  • Officials: Boy who died at detention facility possibly had meningitis

    Officials: Boy who died at detention facility possibly had meningitis
    The boy who died while in custody at the Brevard Juvenile Detention Center is believed to have contracted meningitis, officials said. The Florida Department of Health in Brevard said they gave preventative medication to 120 potentially exposed...