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After three weeks, a Raleigh teenager remains in jail after allegedly fighting on a school bus 

Editor's Note: When the INDY called Wake County Human Services, a representative said the names of minors in foster care are confidential and that Garcia could not waive that right. However, Garcia and her attorney granted the INDY permission for the interview…

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