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Police charged 20-year-old Robert Deeley with robbery, aggravated assault and employing a juvenile in the commission of a crime and sent him to Cape May County Correctional Center, police said.They charged the teenager with robbery, conspiracy and aggravated assault and sent him to a juvenile detention facility.Charlotte Bentham, acting for the Chief Constable of GMP, said the full retention of records was lawful and for a legitimate policing purpose.
He pleaded guilty to second-degree aggravated arson.
The judge said the full hearing, at a date yet to be fixed, will hear all the arguments before a judge will decide if the police must delete the record they are keeping of the incident.
The family is being supported by the Just for Kids Law campaign group, which said it wanted to see “sense about sexting to prevent children from a lifetime of employment discrimination”.
He was not prosecuted but GMP have kept a record of the incident under laws forbidding the making or sharing of indecent images, and have refused to delete his name from their files.
The boy’s mother argued that the decision could violate his human rights and affect his future education and employment prospects if he has to disclose his police record.