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Juvenile crimes: Robbery charges leveled against 2 Florida teens

Young people do not always clearly think through the potential consequences of their actions. Sometimes, they carry out actions that are against the law and put their future in jeopardy as they end up facing charges for juvenile crimes. Still, even at a young age, accused parties have the right to defend against any allegations made against them.

Reports stated that two teenagers in Florida were taken into custody in connection with an alleged robbery. Apparently, a 44-year-old man was stopped by two young men who purportedly stole his wallet and left the scene in a vehicle. The man claimed that the individuals had a rifle. A witness reportedly got the license plate number of the vehicle.

One of the suspects was reported as being a 16-year-old male who was taken into custody at his residence. Authorities allegedly found an air rifle that purportedly matched the description of the weapon used in the robbery. The second teenager was a 17-year-old male who was also taken into custody at a home, but it noted that a police canine unit was used to locate him. Both teens are currently facing charges for robbery with a firearm. 

Juvenile crimes can come with lasting impacts if convictions for allegations take place. Fortunately, the Florida teens do not have to sit back and accept unnecessary consequences. Their parents may want to find out information on the legal options that may be available to the teens and how they could use those options to work toward the best possible outcomes. 

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