Judge Luann Cooperrider

A Crooksville youth charged with theft was fined $50, court costs and $21 restitution. They must write a letter of apology and complete the Theft Program.

A 15-year-old Somerset boy charged with probation violation was fined court costs. He must attend counseling and complete the Choices Program. He was placed at ALPHA and on Intensive Probation.

A New Lexington youth charged with underage possession of alcohol was fined court costs. Their driver’s license is suspended until age 18. They were ordered to attend counseling and complete the Choices Program. The youth was placed on Intensive Probation and in the Intensive Outpatient Program at ALPHA.

A 16-year-old Shawnee boy charged with tobacco violation was fined court costs. His driver’s license is suspended until all costs are paid in full and he completes the Tobacco Program. He was ordered to attend the Tobacco Education Group.

A Thornville youth charged with being unruly was fined court costs. They were ordered to attend counseling and write a letter of apology. They were placed in the Tech Savvy Program.

A 15-year-old Rushville boy charged with probation violation was fined court costs. He was placed in Detention and Residential Treatment.

A Thornville youth charged with being unruly was fined court costs. The youth was ordered to attend counseling and must not miss any school, or they will be placed at ALPHA. The youth was placed on Intensive Probation.

A 14-year-old Corning boy charged with theft was fined $50, court costs and $35 restitution. He was ordered to complete 30 hours of Community Service and must attend counseling. He was placed at ALPHA and on Intensive Probation.

A Somerset youth charged with speeding was fined $35 and court costs. The youth’s driver’s license is suspended for 90 days.

A 15-year-old Crooksville boy charged with being unruly was fined court costs. He was ordered to attend counseling. He was placed at ALPHA and on Intensive Probation.

Court News

Judge Cooperrider and Children Services participated in the Power Program. The program is designed for families to participate in an extension treatment focused program with the entire family. Judge Cooperrider and Children Services have held six graduations from the Power Program.

Five Children Services cases were hear this week by Judge Cooperrider. One child was placed in the permanent custody of Children Services. Four children were also placed with relatives. All parents were ordered to complete a treatment for alcohol and drugs, as well as Mental Health Counseling. Supervised visitation was ordered.

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