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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Newport News man pleads guilty to displaying genitalia to York juvenile

    YORK - A Newport News man pleaded guilty Thursday to five felony counts of display of genitalia to a juvenile utilizing electronic media at the York County Poquoson Circuit Court. The defendant, Michael Joseph Abi-Saab, 24, of 800 block First Light Court,...
  • Teen killer pleads guilty to 2013 burglary

    Teen killer pleads guilty to 2013 burglary
    Already sentenced to spend more than five decades in state prison, teenage killer Lucas J. Cabassa pleaded guilty Friday to burglarizing a home in Bethlehem in 2013. Cabassa, now 19, admitted to a charge of criminal trespass in the break-in on Pawnee...
  • Study finds summer jobs seem to lower teens' violent crime rate

    PHILADELPHIA A summer jobs program for teenagers appears to cut the rate of violent crime, according to a new study by a University of Pennsylvania researcher. And not because the youths were too busy working to break the law. Those who were randomly...
  • Ex-Aurora man loses bid to be sentenced as juvenile for woman's murder

    Ex-Aurora man loses bid to be sentenced as juvenile for woman's murder
    A former Aurora man who pleaded guilty to murdering a woman as a 14-year-old is not entitled to be sentenced as a juvenile, a Kane County judge said Thursday in denying a motion that could have effectively ended the man's incarceration. After hearing...
  • Student arrested after drug search at Hinsdale Central

    Student arrested after drug search at Hinsdale Central
    The Chicago Tribune Media Group's The Doings Clarendon Hills: A 15-year-old student from Clarendon Hills was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance as a result of a drug search at Hinsdale Central High School on Tuesday....
  • New Britain Teen Charged In Theft With A Stun Gun In Wethersfield

    WETHERSFIELD -- A New Britain teenager is accused of using a stunt gun to threaten a clerk during a robbery of a Berlin Turnpike gas station in early November. Jose M. Diaz Jr., 18, was arrested on a warrant last week and charged with second-degree...
  • Hit-run crash seriously hurt 3 teens in West Boca; suspect held

    Hit-run crash seriously hurt 3 teens in West Boca; suspect held
    The wild screech of tires caused the West Boca teenage boy to turn around just in time to see the SUV's bright headlights heading toward him and his two friends. The SUV then struck them all, seriously injuring the three teenagers. The Nissan Murano...
  • Two teens arrested after online video posted of animal cruelty

    Two teenagers from the Bakersfield area have been arrested on suspicion of cruelty to animals after they allegedly fed a live cat to two dogs, authorities confirmed Tuesday. The boys, ages 15 and 17, allegedly filmed the dogs attacking the cat and posted...
  • Men seeking prostitutes in Carpentersville robbed at gunpoint

    Two adults and a juvenile face armed robbery charges, accused of setting up men looking for prostitutes and then robbing them at gunpoint when they showed up for sex, police said. According to Carpentersville police Cmdr. Tim Bosshart, a total of four...
  • Bond set at $400,000 for suspected gangster, 19, held in home burglaries

    Bond set at $400,000 for suspected gangster, 19, held in home burglaries
    They don't wait until no one's home to quietly slip in and out with valuables. Instead, detectives say, these burglars come on like gangbusters. "They are known associates of gang members and [have a] substantial burglary history," said Broward Sheriff'...
  • DCFS inspects troubled youth living centers in response to Tribune series

    DCFS inspects troubled youth living centers in response to Tribune series
    Teams of state child welfare officials have begun making unannounced inspections at residential treatment facilities that serve juvenile wards as authorities accelerate their response to a Tribune investigation revealing assaults, rapes and prostitution...