Judge Luann Cooperrider

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

A 14-year-old Somerset boy charged with theft was fined $50, court costs and $29 restitution. He was ordered to write a letter of apology and complete the Theft Program.

A 15-year-old Roseville girl charged with being unruly was fined court costs. She was ordered to attend counseling and have Home Based Services through Integrated Services. She was placed in out-of-home placement.

A 17-year-old Mount Perry girl charged with theft was fined $50, court costs and $16 restitution. Her driver’s license is suspended until all costs are paid in full. She was ordered to write a letter of apology and complete the Theft Program.

A 16-year-old Crooksville boy charged with possession of marijuana was fined $150 and court costs. He was ordered to attend counseling and complete the Choices Program. He was placed in the Youth and Family Services Program.

A 13-year-old Shawnee girl charged with being unruly was fined court costs. She was ordered to attend counseling. She was placed at ALPHA and on Intensive Probation.

A 17-year-old Thornville girl charged with speeding was fined $45 and court costs. Her driver’s license is suspended for 90 days.

A 15-year-old Somerset boy charged with probation violation was fined court costs. He was placed in Detention, on Intensive Probation, in out-of-home placement and in Residential Drug Treatment.

A 17-year-old Junction City girl charged with speeding was fined $35 and court costs. Her driver’s license is suspended for 90 days. She was ordered to complete the Remedial Driving Program.

A 14-year-old New Lexington girl charged with underage consumption was fined $150 and court costs. She was ordered to attend counseling and complete the Choices Program. She was placed on Intensive Probation and in the Youth and Family Services Program.

Court News

The Juvenile Court Cat Teens Program was held June 26 at the ODU Extension Office. Nine youth and their parents or guardians attended this successful program for first-time traffic offenses. The program is taught as a joint effort of the OSU Extension office, the Perry County Juvenile Court and the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Judge Cooperrider participated in a conference call with judges from all over the United States who are on the National Association of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. Judge Cooperrider has served on this national committee for five years.

Five Children Services cases were heard this week. Four children were placed with relatives and kinship care placement. All parents were ordered into drug and alcohol treatment, mental health counseling and family counseling.

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