Officials: Teen Runaway Taken Back to Court After Smashing Home’s Windows

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Screen shot 2013-09-09 at 2.19.38 PMISABELLA COUNTY, Mich. — The 14-year-old boy who ran away with a girl from Isabella County for two weeks was taken back to court Monday after allegedly smashing the windows at his parents’ house.

Braxton Wood and Jayden Thomas were found in Chicago Sept. 8 and appeared in juvenile court Monday morning on charges of running away and being around immoral persons.  Both pleaded not guilty and were released into parental custody.

According to Isabella County Court officials, Wood was brought back after his initial hearing because he went home and started smashing windows.  His pretrial is scheduled for Sept. 25, but no further charges have been filed against him as of 2:20 p.m. Monday.  The two ran away together Aug. 26.

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