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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Father and teen son charged with neighbor's beating death appear in court

    Father and teen son charged with neighbor's beating death appear in court
    A father and his teen son, both charged with first-degree murder in the baseball bat beating death of a neighbor, made brief court appearances in Will County this afternoon. Adam Ballard, 15, sat in court with his attorney, Paul Napolski. Mark Ballard,...
  • Teen girl detained after USC student's death charged with 7 felonies

    Teen girl detained after USC student's death charged with 7 felonies
    The 14-year-old arrested with four other teens after a USC student was beaten near campus has been charged with seven felonies in connection with a Dockweiler Beach robbery following the deadly assault, officials said. The girl, who was not named by...
  • Newport News man found guilty in brutal beating

    Newport News man found guilty in brutal beating
    NEWPORT NEWS — A Newport News man was found guilty in the brutal beating of a 50-year-old woman last year. Chad Music, 28, was convicted of felony malicious wounding for assaulting the woman in March of last year on Arden Drive. The victim...
  • Brooke Whitted, child advocate, 1946-2014

     Brooke Whitted, child advocate, 1946-2014
    Attorney Brooke Whitted was a passionate advocate for children with special needs who worked with their families to secure essential educational services. His advocacy for young people began when he was a probation officer for the Juvenile Justice...
  • Woman convicted of animal cruelty sentenced to probation, must have mental evaluation

    Woman convicted of animal cruelty sentenced to probation, must have mental evaluation
    A Berwyn woman whose teenage son was found dying outside a house crowded with hundreds of cats, dogs and birds was sentenced Monday to probation and barred from owning any animals, Cook County prosecutors said today. Lydia Price, 52, was found guilty in...
  • Aspiring teenage crime fighters work out in Boynton

    Aspiring police officer Dylan Garber learned on Monday that fighting crime is a lot harder than it looks. Garber, 14, an upcoming freshman at Park Vista high school in west Boynton Beach, attended the Boynton Beach Police Department's sixth annual...
  • Youth advocates find LGBT kids vulnerable, underserved in Maryland

    Youth advocates find LGBT kids vulnerable, underserved in Maryland
    DiJohn Thomas grew up bouncing between foster placements in Baltimore, never knowing how his peers, the next foster parents or staff at his next group home would respond to his being gay. Sometimes the adults responded negatively, he said, and his peers...
  • $1 million bail set for teen suspect in slaying, rape of 6-year-old Washington girl

    SEATTLE The 17-year-old neighbor of Jenise Wright wasn't arrested until Aug. 9, but he had caught the attention of investigators several days before, according to court documents filed in Kitsap Superior Court. A Kitsap Superior Court judge on Monday...
  • Police: Shootings followed challenges to fight at Musikfest

    Police: Shootings followed challenges to fight at Musikfest
    Court records released Monday show last week's shooting that wounded two men as police were prepping to clear Musikfest arose from challenges to fight that were made earlier that night at the Bethlehem festival. The details were made public a day...
  • Howard County judge rules daughter will be tried as adult in death of Dennis Lane

    Howard County judge rules daughter will be tried as adult in death of Dennis Lane
    A Howard County judge sent Morgan Lane Arnold back to jail from a juvenile facility Monday, ruling that the 16-year-old should be tried as an adult on charges she plotted with her boyfriend to kill her father. Circuit Judge William Tucker told a full...
  • Man who raped 2 teen girls gets time served

    A 19-year-old Minnesota man was sentenced to less than a year in jail time he's already served after admitting to raping two teenage girls. Michael L. Stucky Jr., of Northfield, Minn., pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree criminal sexual...