East St. Louis Center Tries To Put Kids On The Right Track

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Darion Graham began coming to the center when he was 8, and eventually became a teen employee, helping children in the computer lab. Now a senior at East St. Louis High, he talks of getting a college degree in computer science, finding a good job and becoming successful. But his life took a different direction on Aug. 16. That's when he and two other teens allegedly mugged a man, police say. The teens claimed they were hungry and needed money for food. At 18, Graham is facing felony robbery charges and remains in jail until he makes bail, set at $30,000.

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