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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • State agency unveils plan to improve juvenile justice system

    Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration unveiled the outlines of a plan Friday calling for more staff and new laws to improve Illinois' juvenile justice system and reduce recidivism rates. The Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice — which oversees...
  • 10 years for Hammond man in 2 armed robberies

    10 years for Hammond man in 2 armed robberies
    A Hammond man with prior felony convictions was sentenced to 10 years in prison for two armed robberies. Nicholas Laskarin, 30, admitted in court last month that he robbed the White Castle, 7921 Indianapolis Blvd., Hammond, and that on July 7 he...
  • UK court bars 5 girls from travel over Syria fears

    A British judge has barred five teenage girls from traveling after they showed an interest in going to Syria. High Court judge Anthony Hayden made the 15- and 16-year-olds wards of court, which prevents them from leaving England and Wales. He also...
  • CASA Kane County hosts 'Black & White Diamond Ball'

    Over 700 guests enjoyed an evening of philanthropic entertainment at CASA Kane County's annual gala, Saturday, March 7 at the Q Center in St. Charles. The "Black & White Diamond Ball" included live and silent auctions, an exquisitely unique diamond...
  • Florida Supreme Court orders new sentences in juvenile cases

    Florida Supreme Court orders new sentences in juvenile cases
    TALLAHASSEE — A 33-year-old woman serving life without parole for the murder of a Panama City-area cab driver when she was 15 will get a new sentence under a ruling by the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday. The court ordered new sentencing...
  • County courts grappling with money shortfall for court reporters

    County courts grappling with money shortfall for court reporters
    When Will County Judge Edward Burmilla had to delay a nearly five-year sexual assault case from going to trial this week, he had some words for the state. The case had seen delays in the past. But this time, the delay didn't come from prosecutors or the...
  • Before baby decapitated, family was warned to keep mom away

    Ohio social workers checked numerous times on a 3-month-old girl who authorities say was decapitated by her mother and had warned relatives to keep the mother away from her baby unless social workers were present, authorities said Thursday. The...
  • Deputies: Pine Hills fight leads to stabbing, boy hit with car

    Deputies: Pine Hills fight leads to stabbing, boy hit with car
    A woman was stabbed and a 10-year-old boy hit with a car after a fight in Pine Hills on Thursday. Both suffered non-life threatening injuries after the brawl around 5:30 p.m. on Riviera Drive. They were taken to the hospital. "Two unknown groups met...
  • NY agency says authority to prosecute upheld by judge

    The New York agency with oversight over disabled and other vulnerable individuals in state care says a judge has upheld its authority to prosecute abuse cases in local courts. The Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs says the...
  • Police: Dealers paying teens to transport drugs via train

    A yearlong police investigation has discovered criminal organizations are paying teens and young adults to transport drugs from Chicago to northwest Indiana. The LaPorte Metro Operations Unit says the South Shore Railroad is frequently used to...
  • 6th teen girl arrested in recorded beating at NYC McDonald's

    A sixth teenage girl has been arrested in the caught-on-camera beating of a 15-year-old girl at a New York City McDonald's. Police say a 15-year-old girl was arrested Wednesday night and charged with robbery and gang assault in the March 9 beating in...