No, sorry. You cannot legally kick your children out, though people do it all the time. The usual recourse for a defiant teen is to have placed in a residential facility through a juvenile deliquency petition. This is done by calling teh police and having her charged with runaway or incorrigibility (failure to follow the lawful commands of her parents.
It sounds like you have already tried this, and I am not sure why they are not placing her in a residential facility or girls school. But all you can do is call the police again.
I know this doesnt help, but this is the law. Your child is your responsibility unless he is made a ward of the State.
They can take her anytime, as long as there is probable cause.
read about it here: http://www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/crime-penalties/juvenile/incorrigibility.htm
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