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Police Hunt Teens In Mass Escape

(Nashville, TN) -- Many of the roughly three dozen teens who escaped from a juvenile detention facility in Nashville are still on the loose. At least 32 juveniles from 14-to-17-years-old got out of the Woodland Hills Youth Development Center last night. As of early this morning authorities had caught 15. It takes at least three felonies for a juvenile to be sent to the facility.

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