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Juvenile Law: Probation Violation-Property Damage-Hearing

Where appellant, a juvenile placed on probation and made a ward of the court, challenged his commitment to the Division of Youth Services without a dispositional hearing and findings that he committed property damage, the judgment is affirmed in part because sufficient evidence supported the findings of property damage related to vehicles owned by two individuals, but the judgment is reversed in part because the trial court erred in failing to conduct a dispositional hearing in compliance with Missouri Supreme Court Rules.

Judgment is affirmed in part; reversed in part.

In the Interest of: B.O. v. Juvenile Office (MLW No. 74594/Case No. WD82883 – 15 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Gabbert, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Daviess County, Elliott, J. (Craig A. Johnston, Columbia, for appellant) (Micha L. Dixon, Gallatin, for respondent).