No bond for Michigan teens in death linked to rock throwing

FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A judge has denied bond to five Michigan teenagers who are charged with second-degree murder in a rock-throwing incident on Interstate 75.

Not-guilty pleas were entered Tuesday in a Genesee County court. Ken White was a passenger in a van when a 6-pound rock thrown from an overpass crashed through the windshield and killed the 32-year-old last week.

The teens are charged as adults. Kyle Anger turns 18 next week. He’s accused of throwing the rock that hit the van.

Police say at least 20 rocks were found on the interstate, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Detroit. Other cars were damaged.

The teens also face charges of conspiracy and property destruction. The others are 16-year-olds Mark Sekelsky and Mikadyn Payne and 15-year-olds Alexzander Miller and Trevor Gray.

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Say goodbye October 25, 2017 at 9:00 am

Play stupid games win stupid prizes. This stupid (and deadly) lark will put a mark on the rest of their lives.


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