- Associated Press - Monday, May 5, 2014

WARRENTON, Ore. (AP) - Nine young inmates were put in isolation after a disagreement between two of them led to a group barricading themselves inside a dormitory.

The Daily Astorian (https://bit.ly/1njMqCy) reports law and fire enforcement agencies were summoned Sunday night to the North Coast Youth Correctional Facility in Warrenton

Jami Ayers, interim superintendent of the Oregon Youth Authority, says the young people challenged staff members, who were eventually able to talk them out of the dorm.

Some damage to soap dispensers and other small items was reported, but no injuries were.

The state websites says the facility has a capacity is 50.


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