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Barrington police charge two teens with sexual assault

Barrington police charge two teens with sexual assault

Barrington police charged two 14-year-old Barrington boys with first degree sexual assault after the department concluded a lengthy investigation. According to Barrington Police Chief John LaCross, the assaults took place more than a year ago in town. He said one of the boys — he was reportedly 12 years old at the time — forced

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Barrington teens break into home and party … again

It happened again. For the second time in four months, local teenagers entered an empty house in town and partied while the homeowners were away. On Friday, Oct. 25, police arrested four teenage boys — two 14-year-olds and two 15-year-olds — and charged them with breaking and entering a dwelling after they allegedly broke into

Barrington Municipal Court Judge Frank Connor, shown at a previous session, faced two no-shows on Sept. 19.

Barrington teens face alcohol charges in town’s first municipal court session

It was a quick start to the new municipal court in Barrington. On Thursday morning, Judge Francis Connor III heard three cases — each involved a local minor who had been charged with possession of an alcoholic beverage by an underage person — and issued three rulings, all in less than 30 minutes. Judge Connor

It is believed teenagers broke into this Fireside Drive house while the homeowners were away on vacation and used it as a party pad.

Barrington break-ins by partying teens is a recurring problem

Late Sunday night, July 28,  a Fireside Drive family returned home from vacation to find that someone — possibly local teenagers — had been using their house as a party pad while the homeowners were away. The intruders left the home in shambles. Old food covered the kitchen counters, empty alcohol bottles were all over

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Recent teen drinking incidents in Barrington invoke response from police

Barrington Police Chief John LaCross remembers clearly the nickname some members of the Barrington High School Class of 2008 gave themselves: “Intoxicate 08.” That year, Barrington police made more than 30 underage drinking arrests in town. This year, the department has made just eight underage drinking arrests, but two recent incidents have the veteran police

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