A mental health evaluation has been scheduled for a 15-year-old Wyoming boy charged with killing a Nebraska jail guard.
Dylan Cardeilhac lured the 24-year-old guard into his jail cell and then pounced on her, strangling her from behind.
Cardeilhac has pleaded not guilty to a murder charge.
Two juveniles are accused of stealing items out of unlocked vehicles in Colorado Springs.
The boys, who have not been named because they are under 18-years-old, are accused of stealing from at least two vehicles, but police say there could be more victims.
The suspects were caught after police received a call that two people people were opening car doors on E. Fountain Blvd. near S. Hancock Ave.
Police say when they caught up with the suspects, they had stolen items from at least two vehicles. They also reportedly had other items that didn’t belong to them, leading police to suspect there could be more victims.
Gittikhadan police have booked a minor boy accused of raping a minor girl.
17-year-old Rajat (name changed) allegedly raped a Std VIII student at Gorewada crematorium under the jurisdiction of Gittikhadan police station on Friday.
Rajat later took her to Godhani where he again forced himself upon her.
Gittikhadan police have rounded up Rajat for rape and abduction.
Source: Times of India
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A 12-year-old boy has been charged with arson after a fire tore through an Onion Lake Road home last week.
Thunder Bay police say the suspect was in foster care at the home at the time of the blaze, which cause serious damage to the home, but did not injure anyone.
The boy, who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, is in police custody and will be in court on Wednesday morning.
Source: TB Newswatch
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Longmont police on Monday morning arrested a 15-year-old Longmont boy suspected of stabbing his older brother twice during an argument at Faith Baptist Church on Sunday evening.
The boy returned to his home on the 300 block of Chinook Avenue, police reported. He was arrested at 7:17 a.m.
He was arrested on suspicion of second-degree assault with a deadly weapon.
Police reported Sunday that his brother suffered two stab wounds. He was kept at Longmont United Hospital overnight and had been expected to be released on Monday.
Police interviewed the 15-year-old boy at the Longmont Police Department on Monday morning, and he was taken to the Boulder County Juvenile Detention Center. Satur said he believed the argument was about going to church.
The knife was recovered. Satur said that the knife is a folding knife with a legal blade.
Source: Denver Post
The Tachikawa branch of Tokyo District Court sentenced an 18-year-old Romanian to life in prison on Tuesday for the robbery-murder of a woman in the busy Kichijoji district in western Tokyo last year.
The defendant and his Japanese friend, now 19, fatally stabbed Arisa Yamada, 22, on a street in Kichijoji in the early hours of Feb. 28, 2013, the ruling said.
The two took her wallet and tried to withdraw cash using her bank card, according to the court.
Source: News on Japan
Breaking Boy News reported on this incident in March 2013:
Police had to physically subdue a 12-year-old boy who kicked an officer in the head while resisting arrest at York One Academy, according to a report.
The student, who was not identified, refused to leave school after dismissal last week because his cellphone had been confiscated earlier in the day, the York police report states.
An officer grabbed the boy’s arm to try to get him out of a lobby chair after the boy’s grandmother was unable to convince him to exit the building, the report states. The child responded by cursing at the officer and “tensing up.”
Officers told the child that any continued resistance would result in an additional charge to his arrest.
Police noted difficulty handcuffing the boy and getting him out of the chair, eventually using a “transport wrist lock” motion on him due to his “aggressive posture,” the report reads.
Officers also exerted pressure on the boy’s jaw to get him to sit up so they could place him in the police car. At the time, the report states, the boy was resisting walking. The boy then flipped over, kicking an officer in the head.
The officers were unable to fasten the child’s seatbelt due to his ongoing “aggressive attitude,” the report reads. Once transported to the York Police Department, the child continued to resist officers trying to remove his handcuffs.
The child was later released to his aunt. He has been charged with disturbing schools and assaulting an officer during arrest.
Source: Enquirer Herald