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(WOIO) - It's a multi-million dollar facility for kids funded better than most of our local schools.

With a top notch football team and other big ticket sports programs, tuition to attend is close to thirty grand per attendant.  

But the best part?

It's a juvy center filled with kids being punished for assault, robbery, kidnapping, and worse crimes. And, of course, you pick up the tab!

19 Action News Investigator Scott Taylor with a story that will outrage you.

Are Ohio's criminals living large inside the multi-million dollar crime palace?

 

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