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Homeless man charged for grand theft

On Oct. 17, a homeless man in Florida was handed criminal charges after he was accused of stealing metal pipes and handles from restrooms around St. Petersburg. The 28-year-old man allegedly stole the items from public restrooms at several different parks as well as from the customer restrooms at various dining establishments. Some of the restaurants involved in the alleged theft were Bob Evans, Burger King and Cracker Barrel.

Homeless man charged for grand theft

On Oct. 17, a homeless man in Florida was handed criminal charges after he was accused of stealing metal pipes and handles from restrooms around St. Petersburg. The 28-year-old man allegedly stole the items from public restrooms at several different parks as well as from the customer restrooms at various dining establishments. Some of the restaurants involved in the alleged theft were Bob Evans, Burger King and Cracker Barrel.

Florida residents accused of possession of counterfeit cards

It was reported on Oct. 8 that three Florida residents who were believed to be involved in a counterfeit operation were taken into police custody. The individuals were first observed being involved in suspicious activities by the authorities on Oct. 3.

Florida residents accused of possession of counterfeit cards

It was reported on Oct. 8 that three Florida residents who were believed to be involved in a counterfeit operation were taken into police custody. The individuals were first observed being involved in suspicious activities by the authorities on Oct. 3.

Low-risk Florida juveniles do better with less supervision

Although people may have the idea that providing intensive levels of supervision to juveniles will help stave off recidivism rates, that is not always the case. Studies on Florida juveniles who are assessed at a low risk to re-offend actually demonstrate the opposite for that population of juvenile offenders, even if they are also determined as having high needs.

Low-risk Florida juveniles do better with less supervision

Although people may have the idea that providing intensive levels of supervision to juveniles will help stave off recidivism rates, that is not always the case. Studies on Florida juveniles who are assessed at a low risk to re-offend actually demonstrate the opposite for that population of juvenile offenders, even if they are also determined as having high needs.

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