Sunday, February 23, 2020

Guns, knives and masks: Youngest arrested for Markham bank robbery barely old enough to be charged

You must be aged at least 35 to be President of the United States, 21 to buy liquor in America, 18 to vote, 16 to drive a car and consent to sex in Canada, and 14 to fly a drone. Legally, 13-year-olds can barely do anything risky.(National Post)

Three suspects deported after series of Surrey street brawls

Surrey RCMP say three individuals will be deported from Canada as a result of their involvement in a series of assaults involving large groups of youths over the past several months. (CBC)

Seven charged after London, Ont., high school party causes $80,000 damage to rented home

LONDON -  Police on Tuesday announced charges against seven young people following a raucous high school party in June that left a short-term rental home with $80,000 damage. (National Post)

Youth who killed cop back behind the wheel

TORONTO - This hardly looks like remorse. As an underage and unlicensed driver who snuck out to go joyriding with his parents’ minivan, 15-year-old S.K. (his name protected by a publication ban) took off from a traffic stop and dragged Const. Garrett Styles to his death in June 2011. (Toronto Sun)

13-year-old joyriding teen crashes, leaves another teen badly injured

OAKVILLE - A 13-year-old was driving his parents' SUV when it crashed through a fence onto Highway 403 in Oakville, Ont., on Saturday morning, smashing head-on into the centre median. (Yahoo News)

Boy, 14, arrested after egg throwing prank ends in fatal crash

HOUSTON - A 14-year-old boy was arrested on a murder charge in Houston after his egg-throwing prank ended in the violent death of a "totally innocent" female motorist, authorities said Wednesday. (NBC News)

Boy, 14, arrested after knife fight at elementary school in Milton

MILTON - Two 13-year-olds were taken to hospital and one has been arrested after a fight involving a knife at a Milton elementary school. (Toronto Sun)

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