Judge Luann Cooperrider

Juvenile Court

Judge Cooperrider spoke to the Perry County Health Network, about the programs she and the court have developed in the probate and juvenile court. The group represents agencies and businesses that all work to provide health services to individuals and families.

Judge Cooperrider heard nine Children Services cases. One child was placed with a grandmother. Five children were placed in the custody of Children Services. Three children were placed in the permanent custody of Children Services. All parents were ordered into drug/alcohol treatment and mental health treatment. Counseling was ordered for the children and the caregivers.

• A 14-year-old boy from Somerset was charged with failing to appear for court and probation. He was ordered to pay court costs and placed in detention for 20 days, parents or guardian to pay the costs. After detention he will be placed in residential drug treatment.

• A 16-year-old boy from Somerset was charged with a probation violation. He was ordered to pay court costs and placed in detention for five days, parents or guardian to pay the costs, and was also placed in residential drug treatment. His parents were ordered to participate in the treatment program.

• A 17-year-old boy from New Lexington was charged with disorderly conduct. He was ordered to pay court costs; his driver’s license was suspended until he successfully complies with the court’s orders; he was ordered to attend family counseling; he was placed on probation and placed at the Alpha School; and he was placed in summer school for academic credit recovery.

• A 17-year-old boy from Thornville was charged with assault. He was ordered to pay court costs; his driver’s license was suspended until he completes anger management counseling; and he was placed on probation and placed at the Alpha School.

• A 16-year-old boy from Junction City was charged with theft. He was ordered to pay court costs and restitution to the property owner; his driver’s license was suspended until he pays costs and restitution; he was ordered to perform 30 hours of community service at the Perry County Fair; he was ordered write a letter of apology; and he was ordered to complete a theft program and pay its $50 cost.

• A 17-year-old boy from New Lexington was charged with underage consumption. He was ordered to pay a $150 fine and court costs; his driver’s license was suspended until age 18; he was placed in the Youth and Family Services program for counseling; he was ordered to complete the Choices program; and he was placed on probation.

Probate Court

Judge Cooperrider heard one appointment hearing for an estate, one guardianship and one adoption.

Marriage applications

• Mitchell Douglas Fox and Morgan Mae Murphy, Shawnee

• Trever Lee Maughmer and Michaela Jean Morrison, Junction City

Estates filed

• Albert L. Fogarty, Jr., New Lexington

• Scott Harris, New Lexington

• Nicholas D. Cooperrider, Sr., Somerset

• Raymond E. Curnell, New Lexington

General

Judge Cooperrider heard three emergency hearings during the week regarding emergency custody orders.

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