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Ep. 41 / State rep wants to rethink the juvenile justice system in Minnesota

January 22, 2023 Alpha News Season 1 Episode 41
Ep. 41 / State rep wants to rethink the juvenile justice system in Minnesota
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Ep. 41 / State rep wants to rethink the juvenile justice system in Minnesota
Jan 22, 2023 Season 1 Episode 41
Alpha News

State Rep. Walter Hudson, R-Albertville, believes Minnesota must do better in how it handles repeat juvenile offenders. 

He is offering a broad list of changes to the system in order to better protect victims of crimes committed by juveniles. 

He said he felt compelled to propose the changes after an Alpha News report earlier this month. The report documented the Ford family’s fight for justice. Their son, Dalton Ford, 22, and his longtime girlfriend Tayler Garza were killed Easter Sunday in 2021 in a tragic crash. They were running to get coffee when Camille Dennis-Bond and her brother Leon Bond were drag racing each other on County Road 42 in Burnsville. Leon’s car crashed into their car, killing them both. Seconds before the crash, he was driving 114 miles per hour, court documents say. 

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State Rep. Walter Hudson, R-Albertville, believes Minnesota must do better in how it handles repeat juvenile offenders. 

He is offering a broad list of changes to the system in order to better protect victims of crimes committed by juveniles. 

He said he felt compelled to propose the changes after an Alpha News report earlier this month. The report documented the Ford family’s fight for justice. Their son, Dalton Ford, 22, and his longtime girlfriend Tayler Garza were killed Easter Sunday in 2021 in a tragic crash. They were running to get coffee when Camille Dennis-Bond and her brother Leon Bond were drag racing each other on County Road 42 in Burnsville. Leon’s car crashed into their car, killing them both. Seconds before the crash, he was driving 114 miles per hour, court documents say. 

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