TTAPR on March 31st, 2011

n the middle of a meeting called to discuss guns and safety at Berkeley High School, the deputy district attorney in charge of Alameda County’s juvenile division stood up and announced that the community is not being realistic about how dangerous a place it is. “I have seen the police report of every single person [...]

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TTAPR on March 31st, 2011

A 15 year old High School Student was arrested for bringing a loaded gun to school.  The student told Frederick County sheriffs deputies that he had brought the gun to school Tuesday for protection, saying he was afraid for his own safety after a fight on campus the previous day. School officials say the teen [...]

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TTAPR on March 31st, 2011

The boy accused of firing at a vehicle outside a Scarborough high school last Thursday has been arrested. The 16-year-old, who cannot be named, was arrested Sunday at 9 p.m., police said. A Student was charged with attempted murder, assault with a weapon and several firearms-related offenses. Police say the student got into a fight during [...]

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TTAPR on March 31st, 2011

Last Sunday, a pretty serious fight broke out between Arlington Martin and Keller High School in the waning moments of their Texas Amateur Hockey Association state title game. The fight got some attention from  local news outlets.  One player got his jaw broken in the fight.

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The shooting happened about 6.45pm local time at Worthing High School in Scott St. It appears a suspect drove a vehicle onto the football field and started shooting, according to myFOXhouston.com. In addition to the fatality, two people were injured. The dead man suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the torso and a single gunshot wound [...]

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Sheriff’s deputies in Seneca County have charged 10 people in what is being called a riot at a residential treatment facility Wednesday night. Three 17-year-olds: Tre Wilson, Antonio McBean, and Steven Carty; and two other 16-year-old males, whose names are not being released, are charged with one count of rioting at the Hillside Family of [...]

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Bill 11-049 banning prone restraint was postponed indefinitely 8-5. Colorado could not get enough votes in the House Committee on Health and Environment to move forward to the full House. Vermont and New Hampshire are also states that voted down legislation banning prone restraint. Chalk another win up to the United States Constitution the 5th and [...]

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TTAPR on March 22nd, 2011

A CHILD being cared for in a home run by the Health Service Executive (HSE) was removed by a parent for his own safety following a serious physical assault. A report by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) also found aggression levels between children and the outside community were high and that two of [...]

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TTAPR on March 18th, 2011

New York corrections data show 43 juvenile offenders were transferred to adult prisons last year, roughly double the number in any of the previous five years. The agency running the youth detention centers declined to say whether the increase in transfers is related to 2010 security videos showing assaults at New York’s four juvenile prisons, which [...]

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 A judge has dismissed the criminal case against a Chambersburg caretaker who allegedly sat on a man with Down syndrome until he died. Joseph Easton, 39, had been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the Sept. 9 death of Timothy Smith, 37. During a preliminary hearing this morning, Magisterial District Judge David Hawbaker decided there was [...]

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