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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Teen's stomach pains were pregnancy after sex assault, cops say

    Teen's stomach pains were pregnancy after sex assault, cops say
    A man who was arrested in Georgia was brought before a Broward judge Friday to face a charge of sexual battery upon a minor girl, who told police she later became pregnant. The 2013 incident came to light after the girl, then 14, went to a hospital...
  • Blotter: Juvenile arrested for DUI on Olde Half Day

    The following items were taken from Lincolnshire Police Department reports and press releases. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. DUI Police arrested a juvenile June 20 at the intersection of Illinois Route 22 and Olde Half Day Road,...
  • $2.4 Million In Grants To Help People Leaving Justice System Get Jobs

    BRIDGEPORT — A Bridgeport workforce development group will receive $2.4 million to develop or expand employment programs for people leaving the criminal justice system. The U.S. Department of Labor on Thursday announced two grants to The...
  • Teen accused of painting swastikas at Stanford student residences

    Teen accused of painting swastikas at Stanford student residences
    Police arrested a 19-year-old man accused of spray-painting hate-fueled graffiti, including swastikas, at Stanford University student housing units. Lucas Joseph Ninow was arrested Wednesday in Mountain View on a warrant for one count of felony...
  • Accused Enfield Arsonist Must Post Cash Bail

    Accused Enfield Arsonist Must Post Cash Bail
    HARTFORD — A judge on Friday set a portion of the bail for an Enfield teenager accused of setting five fires to cash only. Davidson Izzo, 17, faces five first-degree arson charges in adult court and five counts in juvenile court. Judge Julia D....
  • Police arrest juvenile suspected of robbing, setting fire to victim

    Los Angeles Police Department detectives on Friday morning arrested a juvenile suspected of robbing a man and setting him on fire earlier this week. The incident occurred at 2:30 a.m. Monday in the 500 block of Union Avenue in the Pico-Union area....
  • Corrections officer on Disneyland vacation charged with cocaine possession

    Corrections officer on Disneyland vacation charged with cocaine possession
    A San Francisco-area corrections officials was charged Friday with leaving a fanny pack containing a gun and drugs behind in a hotel during a family vacation to Disneyland, prosecutors said. Robert Dandrea Minor, 51, of Hercules faces one felony count...
  • Blotter: Fireworks found in Wheaton

    Blotter: Fireworks found in Wheaton
    The following items were taken from police reports. Wheaton Brandon R. Steffen, 28, of the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue, Big Rock, was charged with DUI June 20 near the intersection of Butterfield and Orchard roads. A motor vehicle was reported...
  • Mexico detains 49 percent more minors in first 5 months

    While the wave of child and teen migrants has receded at the U.S. border, detentions of Central American minors are up sharply in Mexico this year, the country's National Immigration Institute reported Monday It said detentions of Central American minors...