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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Judge to choose adult or juvenile court in Howard murder

    Judge to choose adult or juvenile court in Howard murder
    Morgan Lane Arnold's bedroom at her mother's house was painted pink and lilac, with white unicorns prancing in a border that ran along the walls. Even at 14, her mother said, she still believed in unicorns. The room has been repainted recently, the...
  • Police say men attempt to rob juvenile along Silver Spring Road [Crime Log]

    Police say men attempt to rob juvenile along Silver Spring Road [Crime Log]
    Baltimore County police says a juvenile walking along a roadway south of Perry Hall was threatened with robbery by four men in a vehicle early Saturday. The juvenile was on a sidewalk on Silver Spring Road at Garland Avenue at 12:50 a.m. when a gray...
  • Juvenile advocates say policy to mandate adult charges has failed

    Juvenile advocates say policy to mandate adult charges has failed
    Like many teenagers charged as adults, Morgan Lane Arnold is fighting to have her case sent to juvenile court, where penalties are more lenient and focused on rehabilitation. The 15-year-old — charged along with her boyfriend in the May 2013...
  • Harford man found guilty of murder in 1972 fatal fire could leave prison

    Harford man found guilty of murder in 1972 fatal fire could leave prison
    A Harford County man, who was found guilty of first-degree murder more than four decades ago in connection with a fire that killed two teenage girls, is another step closer to winning his freedom after a Cecil County judge threw out his two remaining...
  • Teen, 16, charged with stabbing friend in Whiteford

    Teen, 16, charged with stabbing friend in Whiteford
    A Whiteford youth was released on $100,000 bond Monday from the Harford County Detention Center, where he had been held since Saturday, when he was charged as an adult in the nonfatal stabbing of a close friend. Alexander Young, 16, appeared via video...
  • Baltimore man denied bail in connection with February Aberdeen stabbing

    A Baltimore man who was already facing theft charges from January in Harford County was ordered held without bail last week on an attempted murder charge stemming from a February stabbing in the Perrywood Garden Apartments complex near Aberdeen. Ernest...
  • Second teen denied bail in killing

    Second teen denied bail in killing
    The teen homicide suspect stood with his head hung low Tuesday as his attorney pleaded unsuccessfully for a judge to take his youth and learning disabilities into consideration and grant him bail. Allen Pinkney, wearing the distinctive black-and-white T-...
  • Laurel Police report two forced entry burglaries [Crime log]

    Laurel police report felonies, arrests and property crimes. Prince George's County police report violent crimes and property crimes. Anne Arundel County police report major crimes. Howard County police report major crimes, break-ins and car thefts. City...
  • Gunman in armed robbery of Columbia cab driver to serve five years

    Gunman in armed robbery of Columbia cab driver to serve five years
    The Columbia man alleged to have been the gunman in the armed robbery attempt of a Columbia Flyer taxi driver last March was sentenced to five years in prison last week, the State's Attorney's office announced Monday. Khalid Khahiem Woods, 20, of the...
  • Mizeur to unveil crime-fighting proposal

    Mizeur to unveil crime-fighting proposal
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Heather R. Mizeur plans to propose what she calls a "transformational" approach to fighting crime on Wednesday, in which she would eliminate mandatory minimum sentences and use the governor's clemency and pardon powers...
  • Mayor proposes year-round curfew centers

    Mayor proposes year-round curfew centers
    Baltimore will open several year-round, 24-hour centers to enforce the city's curfew for children and teens and connect troubled youths to services under a plan Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake unveiled Monday in her State of the City address. Youth...
  • A plea for moral imagination [Commentary]

    A plea for moral imagination [Commentary]
    The public outcry against the proposed construction of a $70-million juvenile jail in Baltimore City over the past several years — and the subsequent halting of that plan — sent a strong message to the governor, as well as juvenile services...