Juvenile Court

16 Teens Facing Charges In Farmington Homecoming PrankSixteen Farmington high school students are facing charges in connection with a prank that occurred during homecoming week. Police say a group of seniors kidnapped four juniors on Sept. 27 and took them on a joy ride as part of a war between the classes.
Prosecutors Fight Dismissal Of LaDue Attempted Murder ChargesJust two days after a judge dismissed the attempted murder charges against the Waseca teen accused of plotting to bomb his school, 17-year-old John LaDue made a court appearance Wednesday morning. Transported from a juvenile detention facility in Red Wing, LaDue was back in a Waseca courtroom to learn if he would be tried as an adult.
Teen Sentenced After Admitting To Taking Part In Brutal Beating A 15-year-old boy has been sentenced to more than a year in a juvenile facility after admitting to taking part in a brutal beating two months ago that left a 26-year-old St. Paul man with serious brain injuries. On Tuesday, Ramsey County Juvenile Court Judge Mark Ireland sentenced the teenager, who has not been named due to his age, to a 103-month stayed adult sentence, 18-24 months in a secure juvenile facility and he’ll be under enhanced supervision until he turns 21.
Teen Pleads Guilty In Burnsville Crash That Killed 2An 18-year-old man from Burnsville pleaded guilty in juvenile court Tuesday for his role in a crash on Buck Hill that killed two teenagers and injured two other teens. The driver – a 17-year-old juvenile at the time of the June 2012 crash – pleaded guilty to two felony counts of Criminal Vehicular Homicide, one felony count of Criminal Vehicular Operation, and one count of gross misdemeanor count of Criminal Vehicular Operation.
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