Judge Luann Cooperrider

A 17-year-old Corning boy charged with probation violation was fined court costs. He was placed in Detention. He was ordered to Residential Drug Treatment after he serves 90 day.

A 14-year-old New Lexington boy charged with being unruly was fined court costs. He was ordered to attend counseling. He was placed at ALPHA and on Intensive Probation.

A 16-year-old Mount Perry girl charged with being unruly was ordered to attend counseling. She was placed at ALPHA and on Intensive Probation.

A 17-year-old New Lexington boy charged with underage consumption was fined $150 and court costs. His driver’s license is suspended until age 18. He was ordered to attend counseling and complete the Choices Program. He was placed on Intensive Probation.

A 14-year-old Crooksville girl charged with theft was fined $50, court costs and $16 restitution. She was ordered to write a letter of apology and complete the Theft Program.

A 16-year-old New Lexington girl charged with being unruly was fined court costs. Her driver’s license is suspended. She must attend counseling and complete 30 hours of Community Service. She was placed on Intensive Probation.

A 17-year-old Junction City boy charged with speeding was fined $35 in court costs. His driver’s license is suspended for 90 days.

A 17-year-old Corning boy charged with probation violation was fined court costs. His driver’s license is suspended until age 18. He was placed in Residential Treatment for Drugs and Alcohol for six months.

A 16-year-old New Straitsville boy charged with tobacco violation was fined $25 and court costs. He was ordered to attend the Tobacco Education Group.

A 15-year-old Somerset girl charged with theft was fiend $50, court costs and $25 restitution. She was ordered to write a letter of apology and complete the Theft Program.

Court News

Judge Cooperrider heard three detention hearings this week regarding three youth who have violated the terms of their probation. Judge Cooperrider placed all three youth in detention and ordered Residential Drug Treatment for all three upon their release from extended detention commitments. Judge Cooperrider and the Juvenile Court staff take very seriously the future of all youth.

Five Children Services cases we heard this week by Judge Cooperrider. One child was placed in the permanent custody of Children Services, ordered by Judge Cooperrider. Two children were placed with and aunt and uncle, and two children were placed in the temporary custody of Children Services. All parents were ordered and given the opportunity for Drug and Alcohol Treatment, Mental Health counseling and they must test clean for a long period of time. Supervised visitation was ordered, as long as the parents test clean.

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