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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Police: Murder suspect linked to a second homicide, charges filed

    Police: Murder suspect linked to a second homicide, charges filed
    Bail was set at $2 million today for a Cook County Jail inmate facing new murder accusations after DNA evidence and a witness linked him to the slaying of a 64-year-old man in the South Shore community in 2010, police said. Anthony Wells, 19, is charged...
  • Developer could spend 6 months in prison for role in kids-for-cash scandal

    Wealthy Wilkes-Barre developer Robert K. Mericle could spend as little as six months in prison for his role in the kids-for-cash scandal according to the terms of a sentencing memorandum filed today by federal prosecutors. Mericle, who admitted to...
  • Nepal government urged to change amnesty plan

    KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Nepal's government faced calls on Friday from human rights and victims' groups not to grant amnesties over atrocities committed during the country's civil war for which nobody has been brought to justice. Wedged between China and...
  • Jury finds Bethlehem teen guilty of first-degree murder

    A Northampton County jury on Thursday convicted 18-year-old Lucas Cabassa of first-degree murder for killing Joseph Rodriguez with a gunshot during a fight last June in Bethlehem. The jury rejected the argument of Cabassa's attorney that his client was...
  • Pennsylvania school stabbing suspect 'doesn't fit the mold'

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. — A teenager charged in a high school stabbing rampage "just doesn't fit the mold" of someone who could be harboring such rage, his lawyer said Thursday as the boy's classmates fought to recover from life-threatening wounds and...
  • Stabbing victim, 16, says friend 'saved my life'

    MONROEVILLE, Pa. A Franklin Regional High School student stabbed in the back Wednesday by a knife-wielding classmate said Thursday that the assault was a blur but that his friend, Gracey Evans, saved him by applying pressure to his wound until...
  • Pennsylvania school stabbing suspect's attorney discounts bullying

    MONROEVILLE, Pa. -- The attorney for the 16-year-old suspect in a high school stabbing rampage discounted bullying as a motive, saying Thursday that Alex Hribal had endured some teasing from classmates but nothing "overbearing" that would equate to...
  • 16-year-old faces assault, hate crime charges in beating of motorist who hit child

    DETROIT A 16-year-old has been charged with ethnic intimidation in connection with the brutal beating of Steven Utash, the motorist attacked in Detroit last week when he got out of his pickup truck to check on the 10-year-old he hit when the child stepped...
  • Lawyers Fight Placement Of Juvenile In Male Correction Facility

    Lawyers for the youth who was transferred out of the care of the Department of Children and Families and into an adult prison pressed for a court order Thursday barring the youth's placement at the Manson Correctional Institute for males up to the age...
  • School stabbings suspect 'dazed'; 1 student in very critical condition

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. -- The latest U.S. community to be traumatized by school violence -- this time a mass stabbing -- began the long journey back to normality Thursday as it sent its youngest children back to classes, authorities searched for a motive and...
  • Hampton father charged with involuntary manslaughter in son's death

    Hampton father charged with involuntary manslaughter in son's death
    HAMPTON — An involuntary manslaughter charge has been filed against a Hampton man in connection to his son's death. Anthony Brooks, 47, is charged in the death of his 14-year-old son, Antonio J. Brooks. Officers were called about 8:40 a.m. on Oct....