LIVINGSTON, NJ — Two of the five juveniles found in the wooded area near Livingston High School surrounding a campfire they had seemingly started themselves last week are facing formal juvenile court action.
At approximately 5:15 p.m. Friday afternoon, Feb. 3, police said five juveniles were taken into police headquarters after being discovered in the wooded area behind the high school. Subsequent to investigation, one individual was taken into custody for possession of 50 grams of a CDS (controlled dangerous substance) and a second was taken into custody for starting the fire.
Although the remaining individuals were brought into headquarters, police said they were released to parents. The other two were formally charged and face juvenile court action, according to police.