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June 20, 2014

Jeffersonville boy, 15, held in adult jail under no bond

Teen faces more than 20 criminal charges

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JEFFERSONVILLE — MANY CHARGES

Clark County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Jeremy Mull has issued the following charges against James, which date back to early 2013. The dates of the offenses are approximates.

• March 1, 2013 — theft, class D felony. James is accused of attempting to steal clothing from Meijer department store.

• March 1, 2013 — invasion of privacy, class A misdemeanor. James is accused of violating a no contact order, which was a condition of his probation at the time.

• April, 1, 2013, — two counts burglary, both class C felonies. James is accused of breaking into two buildings in the 1000 block of Assembly Road in Jeffersonville with the intent to commit theft.

• July 1, 2013 — burglary, class B felony and receiving stolen property — auto theft, class D felony. James is accused of breaking into a Clark County home and stealing the vehicle belonging to the home’s resident.

• July 1, 2013 — residential entry, class D felony, and criminal mischief, class A misdemeanor. James is accused of breaking into a home along Congress Court in Jeffersonville and burning the home’s carpet with cigarettes.

• July 8, 2013 — theft, class D felony, and two counts unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle, both class B misdemeanors. James is accused of entering two vehicles belonging to the same person with the intent to commit thefts.

• July 8, 2013 — theft, class D felony, and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a class B misdemeanor. James is accused of stealing a woman’s Harrison County corrections badge and other property and entering her vehicle.

• July 8, 2013 — theft, class D felony, and unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle, class B misdemeanor. James is accused of entering a woman’s vehicle and stealing a purse containing personal property.

• July 8, 2013 —theft, class D felony, and unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle, class B misdemeanor. James is accused of entering a vehicle and stealing a “K-Bar” knife.

• June 17, 2013 — resisting law enforcement, a class A misdemeanor. James is accused of fleeing from police after an officer had identified himself and ordered him to stop.

• March 25 — theft, class D felony, and unauthorized entry of a motor vehicle, class B misdemeanor. James is accused of breaking into a woman’s vehicle and stealing a wedding band and checkbook from a woman’s vehicle.

 • March 26 — escape, class C felony; residential entry, class D felony; and false informing, class B misdemeanor. James is accused of leaving court-ordered Youth Opportunity Center, and, on the same date, breaking into a home on Lilly Lane in Jeffersonville and providing police with information he knew to be untrue.

James was arrested at the Lilly Lane home by Jeffersonville police and taken to the Clark County juvenile detention facility.

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