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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Sister of Bali suitcase slaying victim worries punishment won't fit crime

    On the eve of an anticipated verdict for a Chicago teen charged with killing her mother on the resort island of Bali, the slain woman's sister pleaded with Indonesian officials to hold her niece and the girl's boyfriend accountable. In a three-page...
  • Osceola gang suspect charged with heroin sales

    Osceola gang suspect charged with heroin sales
    Osceola gang suspect Jose Gonzalez-Cortes was charged with dealing heroin last week after the sheriff's gang unit arrested him with the drug and more than $34,000 in cash, court records show. The former Taco Bell worker was arrested Friday after gang...
  • 2 plead not guilty in Kentucky student's death, 3rd charged

    Two men charged in the fatal shooting of a University of Kentucky student last week pleaded not guilty Monday, as police arrested a third person in the case. A 17-year-old was arrested in Lexington and charged with murder, robbery and tampering with...
  • Low-level Chicago drug offenders to get treatment, not jail

    Cook County will no longer prosecute most misdemeanor marijuana possession cases and will steer many nonviolent felony drug cases in and around Chicago to treatment and away from jail, the state's attorney said Monday — joining the ranks of...
  • Park Ridge teen accused of car burglary

    A 17-year-old Park Ridge boy is accused of stealing from a parked vehicle in the city after he and another boy were apprehended by Chicago police, Park Ridge police said. Park Ridge Deputy Police Chief Lou Jogmen said detectives were notified by Chicago...
  • Florida mother charged with encouraging daughter to fight

    A Florida mother drove her 13-year-old daughter to a fight with a peer and encouraged the girl to brawl, officials said Monday, and two bystanders recorded the incident on video. Tabitha Anne Bennett was arrested and charged with child abuse, assault and...
  • 'It's devastating,' says relative of slain men; boy is killing suspect

    'It's devastating,' says relative of slain men; boy is killing suspect
    Zach Miner already was grieving the shooting deaths of his brother and cousin. His relatives died so young, each in their early 20s. But the West Boynton double-murder case took a turn Thursday, when authorities announced the person responsible for...
  • Orange County car chase suspect linked to Texas teen's fatal heroin overdose

    Orange County car chase suspect linked to Texas teen's fatal heroin overdose
    Federal officials said a heroin distributor who led police on a high-speed pursuit in Orange County on Monday night was wanted in connection with injecting a Dallas teen with a fatal dose of the drug. Jimison Coleman, 36, and his associates administered...
  • Public comment invited on state's mental health policy

    Public comment invited on state's mental health policy
    As part of the ongoing overhaul of mental and developmental health services in the state, the Virginia department responsible is soliciting public input. "Transformation teams" have done preliminary work over the past six months, according to Debra...
  • Police: Mother ran heroin ring with her teenage son

    A Massachusetts woman and her high school student son are charged with running a heroin ring from their apartment, allegedly stashing the drugs in a shoebox in the 16-year-old's closet. The Berkshire Eagle (http://bit.ly/1GJJprm ) reports that...
  • Judge asks public to help care for kids affected by heroin

    A juvenile court judge is asking Marion County residents to help support local children whose parents are addicted to heroin. Judge Marilyn Moores made a public plea Tuesday for people to volunteer as foster parents and Court Appointed Special Advocates....