Youth admits, placed on intensive probation for multiple crimes
November 10, 2022
A 16-year-old youth was recently placed on intensive supervised probation, for two years and 147 days, by the Honorable Kale Burdick in the Holt County court. As part of probation, the youth was ordered to attend treatment at a psychiatric residential treatment facility. The probation office will assist the youth make arrangements for PRTF.
The probation applies to three cases the teenager was facing charges in. Charges were originally charged in county court with felony counts bound over to district court before being transferred to juvenile court. Court costs were waived.
The teen admitted accusations of felony charges, in juvenile court, to visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct on March 17; third-degree assault on July 15; and terroristic threats on May 31, 2021. He also admitted misdemeanor charges including obstructing a police officer June 22 and first-degree trespass, resisting arrest and three counts of obstructing an officer, all on July 15.
He was transported to court from the Northeast Nebraska Juvenile Services facility at Madison, where he was placed July 15.
The teenager was represented by Michael Sholes of O’Neill.