Ohio Teen Faces Felony When Car Searched At School, Pocketknife DiscoveredThe young man was given a psych evaluation and tracked with an ankle bracelet, and faces up to a year in jail.
Police State USA
Apr. 09, 2014
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JEFFERSON, OH ó A young manís future may potentially be shattered after he was charged with the victimless act of keeping a pocketknife in his vehicle while at school. So far heís been kicked out of school, spent 13 days in jail, been given a psych evaluation, and tracked with an electronic ankle bracelet. A felony conviction could cause him to spend up to a year behind bars, and derail all of his career aspirations in public service.