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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Ashland teen gets life in prison in great-uncle's killing

    An Ashland teenager is sentenced to life in prison in connection with the death of his great-uncle in 2013. Fifteen-year-old Joseph Ackley was sentenced Thursday by Ashland County Circuit Court Judge Robert Eaton, who said he was unconvinced the teen was...
  • UK teen arrested in joint inquiry with FBI over hoax threats

    A British teen has been arrested as part of a joint investigation with the FBI into hoax bomb threats against U.S. facilities. Police said Friday the bogus threats were made against schools, media companies, airports and airlines. The police and FBI say...
  • Roanoke charity receives $2.4M to help reform, employ

    A Roanoke charity has received two federal grants totaling $2.4 million to help young people and adults with criminal records avoid becoming repeat offenders. The Roanoke Times (http://bit.ly/1TRqb7T ) reports that the U.S. Department of Labor...
  • Allentown solicitor: District has improved handling of sexual harassment cases

    Allentown solicitor: District has improved handling of sexual harassment cases
    The Allentown School District solicitor says the district has made great strides in improving its handling of sexual harassment cases and does not need to be under the supervision of U.S. Department of Justice officials until 2017, despite federal...
  • Court hears case for secrecy of report on police shooting of unarmed black teen

    Court hears case for secrecy of report on police shooting of unarmed black teen
    More than three years after two Pasadena police officers fatally shot an unarmed black teen, a state appeals court heard arguments Wednesday from the police union, which is trying to block release of an independent report on the killing. Portions of...
  • Slayings could revive South Carolina hate-crimes debate

    COLUMBIA, S.C. The Charleston church massacre could revive efforts to pass a South Carolina hate-crimes law, some legislators say. But such a proposal faces a tough uphill climb in a General Assembly that has not been sympathetic to the idea in the past....
  • Sexual harassment still issue at Allentown School District, U.S. Justice Department review says

    Sexual harassment still issue at Allentown School District, U.S. Justice Department review says
    An Allentown School District security guard called a high school student a "sexy young chocolate lady" and made other sexually charged remarks to her and another female student, but district officials found the evidence to be inconclusive of sexual...
  • Police: Attempted burglary suspects found in dumpster

    Two teens have been charged with breaking into a Connecticut convenience store after police found them in a dumpster behind a Dunkin' Donuts. An 18-year-old woman and a 15-year-old boy were charged with criminal attempt to commit burglary and criminal...
  • At Allentown motel, man accused of forcing girl to prostitute herself

    At Allentown motel, man accused of forcing girl to prostitute herself
    A man was charged with human trafficking Tuesday after investigators found him at an Allentown motel selling sex with a teenage girl, city police said. Andrew L. Gaffney, 27, had advertised online photos of the girl and a telephone number, to which an...
  • Police: Teen charged in rape at hotel

    Police: Teen charged in rape at hotel
    A 17-year-old boy is charged as a juvenile with raping a teenage girl Saturday at a Plainfield Township motel, according to Slate Belt Regional police. Police said the unidentified boy is charged with rape, sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault and...
  • Plea deal brings probation for Hobart man

    Plea deal brings probation for Hobart man
    A Hobart man was sentenced to 180 days on probation Wednesday for misdemeanor battery. Five days before his jury trial on charges of child molesting and sexual misconduct was to begin, Scott M. Briggs pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor count. In Lake...