Md. Teen Suspects Repeatedly Arrested, Released

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Chronic juvenile offenders from Baltimore regularly churn through Maryland’s justice system without receiving adequate help, city police officials said as they released an analysis intended to spark immediate reform, the Baltimore Sun reports. Example: One 17-year-old was arrested for auto theft, immediately released by state juvenile justice officials pending trial, arrested a month later on
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