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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Howard County teen accused in father's killing set to appear in court Tuesday

     Howard County teen accused in father's killing set to appear in court Tuesday
    A teenager accused of plotting to kill her father two years ago is scheduled to appear Tuesday in Howard County Circuit Court for the start of her trial. Morgan Lane Arnold, who is now 16, is facing first-degree murder and conspiracy charges....
  • Inmate who is 'eating the jail' costs Cook County $1 million in health care

    Inmate who is 'eating the jail' costs Cook County $1 million in health care
    Lamont Cathey was a promising Chicago basketball prospect, a dominating 6-8 center who had the potential to play at a Division II college until he was arrested and charged in the theft of money from a pizzeria safe more than a year ago. Unable to post a...
  • Pennsylvania man jailed in hit-and-run of teen on skateboard

    A Pennsylvania man has been jailed in a hit-and-run crash that left a teenage skateboarder in critical condition. Police in New Holland arrested 20-year-old Joshua Padilla-Gonzalez on Monday after finding the vehicle they believe hit 15-year-old Ryan...
  • Four Teen Girls Arrested, Fifth Hurt In Norwalk Beach Fight

    MIDDLETOWN — Four teenage girls have been arrested and a fifth has been taken to the hospital following a fight at a beach near Norwalk. Police were called to Norwalk's Calf Pasture Beach in the afternoon on Memorial Day. They say a fight broke...
  • 4 teen girls arrested after fight on Connecticut beach

    Four teenage girls have been arrested and a fifth has been taken to the hospital following a fight at a beach near Norwalk. Police were called to Norwalk's Calf Pasture Beach in the afternoon on Memorial Day. They say a fight broke out among a group of...
  • Improving justice in Cook County

    Improving justice in Cook County
    Two years ago, Cook County's top officials sat side-by-side for an interview on Channel 11 WTTW's weeknight program, "Chicago Tonight." It was a grab-the-popcorn moment. Cook County Circuit Court Chief Judge Timothy Evans, County Board President Toni...
  • Officials: $1M spent on medical care for jailed Chicago teen

    A talented teenage basketball player unable to post bond on a low-level burglary charge ended up ingesting screws, needles, a 4-inch piece of metal and other objects while behind bars, leading the jail to spend more than $1 million in medical care on him....
  • No bail for man accused of shooting food truck worker

    No bail for man accused of shooting food truck worker
    While aiming for rival gang members, an 18-year old shot a man who was working a food truck this week, prosecutors said. Cook County Judge Peggy Chiampas denied bail for Dontay Farley, 18, of the 8200 block of South Drexel Avenue, during a hearing...
  • Family, co-workers didn't foresee violence

    Family, co-workers didn't foresee violence
    Family and friends of Brianna Ballor saw no signs of the violent side of the man who beat her up and killed her late Saturday night before taking his own life. "I asked her two weeks ago if she was scared of him," said Elizabeth Hefner, Brianna's...
  • Singapore teen guilty of insulting Christians in video blog

    Teen blogger Amos Yee was found guilty Tuesday of insulting Christians in a video monologue and of distributing an obscene image of Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew with former British leader Margaret Thatcher. The 16-year-old Yee had faced three...
  • Analysis: The incredible bipartisan, kumbaya moment for criminal justice reform

    When George W. Bush was governor of Texas, the state built 38 new prisons, and the state's annual corrections expenditure jumped by a billion dollars, a 71 percent increase (1.4 to 2.4). That's what it was to be tough on crime. No one would ever describe...