In Re M.S., 199 N.C. App. 260 (Aug. 18, 2009)

Distinguishing McKoy (discussed immediately above), the court held that juvenile petitions alleging that the juvenile committed first-degree sexual offense were defective because they failed to name a victim. The petitions referenced the victim as “a child,” without alleging the victims’ names.

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