-collar town of hobart. the median household income may be twice that was neighboring gary, but juvenile crime does not discriminate. >> he had a bench warrant. he failed to appear in court. he had a criminal mischief and two count s of violation of probation. his manager was present. his probation officer was present, but he was not. >> i was walking down the street. i guess i had a bench warrant for not appearing in court. the cop knew me by face, turned around and picked me up. >> the nurse you can have an extra blanket to keep your arm up while in your room. he told me when i asked what happened it his arm that he was robbing a drug dealer, and he stated that highway was tr ed d trying to be good to keep drugs off the street. >> i have a reputation as a drug dealer, a gang member, just a bad kid. i'm 18, this will be dropped, won't it? >> no. >> no? >> no. that's what juveniles think. i mean, it's up to the judge, but -- he didn't come to court thinking i'm going to turn 18, everything's going to be dropped. that's the misconception that juveniles have. they think once they'
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