Where a juvenile challenged a delinquency judgment finding that he had made a second-degree terroristic threat, the evidence was sufficient for the court to assume jurisdiction over the juvenile for recklessly disregarding the risk of causing a school evacuation by threatening to blow up his school, and the judgment is affirmed because the juvenile also did not show that he was improperly denied a continuance or that his counsel was ineffective.
Judgment is affirmed.
In the Interest of: D.C.M. v. Pemiscot County Juvenile Office (MLW No. 72322/Case No. SD35418 – 9 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, Scott, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Pemiscot County, Currie, J.