Md. Cuts Population At Crowded Juvenile Facility

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The number of delinquent youths incarcerated at Maryland’s Cheltenham Youth Facility has been cut by more than half in the last year, reports the Washington Post. Maryland officials cite the cut as a worthwhile reform of the troubled detention center. About 108 youths are housed at Cheltenham, near Washington, D.C., down from 265 in November
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