2the burglary. The juvenile also argues the imposition of fourconsecutive sixty-day terms in a juvenile detention facility wasexcessive.
Finding no error or abuse of discretion, we affirm.IThe evidence adduced at trial revealed that, on October 24,2007, the juvenile skipped school and spent the day with twofriends, Clinton Mohn and Anthony Williams, as well as hisgirlfriend, A.S.
The group drove around in Mohn's car for mostof the day before the juvenile was returned to his home ataround 11:00 p.m. After a briefverbal argument with hismother, the juvenile went to his room upstairs and logged ontohis computer, spending a few minutes accessing social networkingsites.According to Mohn and Williams, who both testified attrial, they met with the juvenile after he slipped out of his
Specifically, the juvenile wasfound in this matter to haveengaged in acts which, if committed by an adult, wouldconstitute: third-degree burglary, N.J.S.A.2C:18-2(a)(1);third-degree theft, N.J.S.A.2C:20-3(a); and trafficking instolen property, N.J.S.A.2C:20-7.1(b). While awaitingdisposition, he pled guilty to three additional offenses: aviolation of probation, N.J.S.A.2C:45-3; third-degreepossession of a controlled dangerous substance, N.J.S.A.2C:35-10(a); and harassment, N.J.S.A.2C:33-4(b). The four consecutivesixty-dayterms were imposed on adjudications of delinquency inthis matter as well as the others referred to above.
Mohn and Williams were adults at the time; J.B. and hisgirlfriend were juveniles.