Thursday, September 6 2012 11:39 AM EDT2012-09-06 15:39:01 GMT
A bond hearing was held Thursday morning for one of the teenagers accused of beating a man in North College Hill. Judge Tracie Hunter lowered the teen's bond from $40,000 to 10 percent of $20,000. IfMore >>
A bond hearing was held Thursday morning for one of the teenagers accused of beating a man in North College Hill.More >>
Tuesday, September 4 2012 12:37 PM EDT2012-09-04 16:37:41 GMT
Six teenagers accused of brutally beating a man because they were bored are due to face a judge. The judge could set a trial date in Tuesday's hearing for the defendants, who are ages 13-14. They wereMore >>
Six teenagers accused of brutally beating an Ohio man because they were bored appeared before a judge on Tuesday.More >>
Two men traveling with stolen passports on a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner were Iranians who had bought tickets to Europe and were probably not terrorists, law enforcement officials said Tuesday.More >>
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One of the teens involved in the August 2012 beatings of a North College Hill man has been arrested and charged with a new assault charge.
North College Hill Police say that the teen allegedly slapped another student in the back of the head and then punched him on the right side of his face at North College Hill Junior School on February 26.
Two of the other six teens involving in the beating of a North College Hill man pleaded guilty on Monday.
The boys are charged with assaulting Pat Mahaney, 45, on Aug. 11, 2012 because they were "bored and looking for something to do."
As part of a plea deal, both teens admitted to the felonious assault charges in exchange for the prosecutor to drop the aggravated riot charge. The plea deal also withdraws the serious youth offenders statute from their record.
The boys were also ordered to stay away from Mahaney and his family.
Three other teens pleaded guilty earlier this month. The sixth teen will be in court in the next few weeks.