Boy, 10, to remain in custody – in another article boy is 9 year old
Public defender Steve Eschenbacher makes his case to the court Wednesday with his young client Isaiah Nasewytewa beside him.
Posted: Thursday, May 9, 2013 10:00 pm
POLSON — Lake County District Court Judge Kim Christopher on Wednesday said she is keeping a 10-year-old boy in custody on $500,000 bond until he can receive a mental health evaluation that had been scheduled and missed three times in the past 14 months.
Isaiah Nasewytewa of St. Ignatius has been cited for disorderly conduct at school, violating the conditions of a deferred prosecution agreement (for his role in a 2012 burglary) and felony theft, according to court records.
Christopher did not back away from Nasewytewa’s unusually high bond, explaining that the court wants to maintain custody of the boy to ensure he receives a mental-health evaluation upon which future legal proceedings will be based….Read more
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