A woman called police at 11:30 a.m. Monday after she said two teenagers had stolen her children’s bicycles.
The woman told the police dispatcher she had witnessed the theft and saw the two young men come into her yard and grab the bikes.
When she opened the door to try and stop them, they jumped on the bikes and sped away. She followed them in her car and noticed they were accompanied by a third male that was also on a bike.
When police showed up, the trio all denied stealing the bicycles, and the two boys accused of taking the bikes said they “found” the bikes and were just “taking a ride” on them. The third kid said “someone” had “given” him the bike he was on, but he said he couldn’t remember the gift-giver’s name.
Since all three boys were only 14-years-old, the mother who originally called police declined to press charges. She got her children’s bikes back, and police called all three of the boys’ parents to come get them. None of the boys’ parents had transportation to come and get them, so the arresting officer escorted all three to their homes.
Source: Columbia Star
The bodies of two people were found in a Highlands Ranch home after a deadly shooting.
The body of an adult woman is also inside the home. Two people managed to escape.
A Douglas County SWAT team was preparing to enter the home, located in the 500 block of Fox Hunt Circle, just after 10 p.m. Friday.
Police are trying to make contact with a boy inside the house who is suspected of the shooting.
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Two local boys have been charged over a string of burglaries and thefts in the Shark Bay region.
A 15-year-old Meadow Springs boy and a 16-year-old South Yunderup boy were visiting Shark Bay last week.
It is alleged the duo were involved in several burglaries where electronic equipment, tools and quad bikes were stolen.
It is further alleged the boys caused “significant damage” to each of the premises broken into, including a floating pontoon, industrial sheds, a school and a volunteer emergency services compound.
The two boys will each face nine counts of aggravated burglary when they appear in the Children’s Court on February 21.
Source: Mandurah Mail
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Police in Venango Township, Pa., say a 12-year-old boy allegedly killed his family’s dog by injecting the animal with air.
The boy, whose name has not been released, is accused of stealing several syringes from a neighbor, then injecting air into the Labrador mix, the Associated Press reports.
Police say the boy knew that injecting air into a blood vessel can cause potentially deadly air bubbles. The dog became sick and died a week later, according to the Titusville Herald.
The boy was arrested last week, and police say they plan to file theft and animal cruelty charges.
Source: Huff Post
A 15-year-old from Pennsauken, Camden County, was charged with writing graffiti in several locations at the New Jersey Transit River Line’s Burlington Towne Centre station, police said Tuesday.
He was charged with criminal mischief and released to his parents pending a court appearance.
The graffiti was drawn Jan. 20, and afterward authorities asked for the public’s help in identifying the suspect, who allegedly was captured on video.
Source: Burlington County Times
13-year-old Yazan Al-Sharabate left from his home on Al-Shuhada Street on January 25th at 2:30 p.m. in the direction of Checkpoint 56.
On his way, five settlers between the ages of 15 and 24 were harassing him.
The five settlers caught up with Yazan and began to beat him.
Yazan’s friend who was passing by was also assaulted when he tried to intervene to end the attack.
Yazan’s father arrived and stopped the assault, but when a group of Israeli soldiers arrived they pushed Yazan to the ground and handcuffed him while the settlers ran away.
The Israeli police arrived and took the 13-year-old boy and his father to the police station.
At the police station the child was interrogated for more than an hour without the presence of his father before being released at 7:30 p.m.
A 13-year-old resident of Retibunder chawl has been arrested after he attempted to rob an office for the second time.
The police said that the boy’s father was a security guard at a paver block supplier’s office at Kharegaon and the boy who had dropped out from school would often accompany his father to the office.
“Being well acquainted with the office staff, the boy robbed Rs 25,000 from the office drawer. The staff then reported this theft to the police and a case was registered with the Kalwa police. The boy was smart enough to break the CCTVs installed inside the office while committing the theft,” said Mamjusha Bhosale, the investigating officer.
The boy tried to attempt another robbery at the office, but was caught red-handed by the patrolling police after which he confessed to the crime he had committed earlier.
The boy was produced at the juvenile court and has been sent to remand home at Bhiwandi.
Source: Times of India
Daisy Coleman, 14, and her mother claim they were run out of town after they accused two of her classmates of sexual assault.
Prosecutors claim Matthew Barnett, 17 at the time, left Coleman drunk, freezing and not wearing a jacket outside her mother’s house in January.
Barnett pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of child endangerment.
However, he did not face charges for rape.
He was sentenced to two years probation with no jail time.
Daisy Coleman and another 13-year-old girl allege Barnett and another high school boy raped them after a night of drinking.