Gang members' families sometimes can't find help
WEDESDAY, AUGUST 18, 2004
Cafeteria uproar reveals gang problem
Tulsa fights gangs on all fronts
Groups reportedly recruiting in Guymon TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2004
Mother says she wanted son arrested
City homicide linked to gangs MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 2004
Gang experts brace for violence surge
Jobs scarce for ex-gang members
SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 2004
Experts warn of gang violence
Police and community team to calm gang battles
Trouble is part of gangster life
SUMMER 2003 SERIES
City faces growing gang problem
Salvador Martinez, 16, was paroled from the L.
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Records' release When The Oklahoman requested juvenile records for Salvador Martinez and Steve Lopez, Oklahoma County juvenile judges studied the law and agreed the records should be released. Oklahoma juvenile records are normally confidential, but Section 7307-1.2 of the Oklahoma Juvenile Code allows the following seven exceptions: Upon certification as an adult. Upon being charged as an adult. When charged with a traffic violation. When a juvenile 14 or older has been adjudicated delinquent previously. When adjudicated delinquent for a felony crime against a person or a felony offense involving a dangerous weapon. Arrest records in the case of crimes described above. Records of violations of the Prevention of Youth Access to Tobacco Act. In an order issued Wednesday, Judge Lisa K. Hammond cited the second and fourth exceptions as applying in the cases of Martinez and Lopez.