Judge Luann Cooperrider

• Judge Cooperrider heard three juvenile probation violation hearings. One youth failed a drug test and was placed in residential treatment. Two youths were place in the Alpha School.

• Judge Cooperrider heard four Children Services cases. Two children were placed in foster care with Children Services; two were placed in protective supervision. All parents were ordered into residential drug/alcohol treatment, mental health counseling and parenting classes.

• Judge Cooperrider heard five Children Services cases in another week. Three children were placed in temporary custody of Children Services; two children were placed with relatives. All parents were ordered into drug/alcohol treatment, mental health counseling and services to help the family, and supervised visitation was ordered.

• Judge Cooperrider heard three emergency hearings concerning children at risk, and the children were placed with relatives.

• A 16-year-old girl froom Crooksville was charged with truancy. She was placed at the Alpha School, ordered to attend counseling with Perry Behavioral Health Choices, and ordered to pay court costs.

• A 15-year-old boy from Crooksville was charged with truancy. He was placed in a residential treatment facility, ordered to attend individual and family counseling, and placed on probation and ordered to pay court costs.

• A youth was charged with possession of marijuana, and was placed on probation, placed at the Alpha School, ordered to attend counseling with Allwell, ordered to complete the Choices program, and ordered to pay court costs..

• A 13-year-old boy from Shawnee was charged with disorderly conduct, and was placed on probation, placed at theAlpha School, ordered to attend anger management counseling, and ordered to pay court costs.

• A 17-year-old girl from Somerset was charged with theft. She was ordered to pay $52 in restitution, a $50 fine and court costs, send a letter of apology, and complete a theft program. Her driver’s license was suspended until she pays restitution and completes the theft program.

• A 14-year-old boy from Thornville was charged with unruliness. He was ordered to perform 20 hours of community service, attend individual and family counseling, placed on probation, placed in the Youth Family Services Program, and ordered to pay court costs.

• A Roseville youth was charged with theft, and was ordered to pay $17 in restitution to Walmart, a $50 fine and court costs, write a letter of apology, and complete a theft program, and was placed on probation.

• A 17-year-old girl from Mt. Perry was charged with unruliness. She was ordered to attend positive parenting family counseling at Hopewell, placed on probation, and ordered to pay court costs, and her driver’s license was suspended until she completes family counseling.

• A New Lexington youth was charged with a probation violation for failing a drug test, ordered to pay court costs, placed in residential drug treatment, and placed in detention until a bed becomes available at the treatment facility.

• A 17-year-old boy from Corning was charged with failing to maintain an assured clear distance ahead, his second moving violation. He was ordered to pay court costs and to complete a remedial driving program, and his driver’s license was suspended for 90 days, with drving privileges granted for his job to help maintain his employment.

• A 17-year-old boy was charged with possession of marijuana. He was ordered to pay a $150 fine and court costs; his driver’s license was suspended until age 18; and he was placed on probation, placed in the Youth Family Services Program, and ordered to enter individual and family drug/alcohol treatment and complete the Choices program.

• A 17-year-old girl from Somerset was charged with theft. She was ordered to pay $33 in restitution to Walmart, a $50 fine and court costs, write a letter of apology, and complete a theft program.

• A 16-year-old boy from Shawnee was charged with possession of alcohol. He was ordered to pay a $150 fine and court costs, placed on probation with random drug testing, and placed in individual and family drug/alcohol treatment. His driver’s license was suspended for one year.

• A 15-year-old boy from Junction City was charged with unruliness. He was ordered to pay court costs, to perform 20 hours of community service, and to attend individual and family counseling.

• A 14-year-old boy was charged with disorderly conduct. He was placed on probation and ordered to pay court costs, to perform 20 hours of community service, and to attend anger management counseling with Hopewell.

• A 16-year-old boy from New Lexington was charged with truancy. He was ordered to pay court costs, and to attend counseling with Perry Behavioral Health Choices program at the Alpha School.

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