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Then Caravella was arrested on an unrelated juvenile charge and soon became the focus of the murder investigation.
The Richard Hannon-trained Harbour Watch - in the vanguard of his red-hot sire Acclamation's juvenile charge this year - was bought by 35-year-old McCarthy from the consignment of the colt's breeders Riversfield Stud for EUR33,000 at the 2009 Goffs November foal sale and resold to Hannon's regular talent scouts Peter and Ross Doyle for 58,000gns at last year's Tattersalls December yearling sale.
The thief was arrested and faces a juvenile charge of robbery.
This happens when a child is faced with the decision to plead guilty to a juvenile charge or be prosecuted in adult court.
Easterby is too shrewd a handler to overface his juvenile charge and the fact he thinks he is good enough for this step up in grade should be taken into consideration.
The boy is likely to face a juvenile charge equivalent to the adult misdemeanor crime of initiating a false report, Harrold said.
Police said a third male, who is younger than 18, would face juvenile charges.
I don't care what they say about Tamon's juvenile charges, the past is the past," Joy told 10News.
Louis police officer didn't face any juvenile charges at the time of his death and never was charged with a serious felony such as murder, robbery or burglary, a juvenile court system lawyer said Wednesday.
If SROs view all juvenile behaviors as secondary deviance, it would explain the increase in juvenile detention and the increase in formal juvenile charges, or "juvenile petitions.
Two of the students were arrested on juvenile charges and a third arrest was expected.
Too young for the US state's adult courts, they may face juvenile charges.

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