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RAVENNA, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio judge has agreed that a 13-year-old boy facing charges for fatally shooting his 11-year-old brother should remain held at a juvenile detention center. The Record-Courier reports the teen gave "yes" and "no" answers to a judge's questions Wednesday in Portage County Juvenile Court. He faces the juvenile equivalent of aggravated murder and theft charges in Monday's slaying at his family's home in Streetsboro, outside of Cleveland.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio man has unsuccessfully asked a judge to release him from his 22-year prison sentence on a terrorism conviction. Court records show Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud wrote Judge Michael Watson on April 18 asking to be released to help prevent Muslim youth from becoming radicalized. Mohamud says he's learned from his mistakes and has found a purpose in life. Watson sentenced Mohamud in January and said in a ruling on Wednesday that he no longer had jurisdiction.

DEFIANCE, Ohio (AP) - Authorities say the Ohio parents and paternal grandparents of a newborn whose body was placed in a plastic tub after his death have been indicted. The Defiance Crescent-News reports 33-year-old Jared Stark is charged with involuntary manslaughter, child endangering and gross abuse of a corpse. The prosecutor in western Ohio's Defiance County says the baby was born at his parents' home in October 2016 and died 10 hours later.

CINCINNATI (AP) - The Cincinnati City Council has voted to infuse nearly a half million dollars into an emergency call center that's come under scrutiny after the failed response to find a teen who was trapped in a minivan and died despite twice calling 911. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports the legislation approved on Wednesday comes after 16-year-old Kyle Plush died April 10 while trapped in the back of a minivan in a school parking lot. The $454,500 plan to improve the Emergency Communication Center passed 8-0.

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