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Michigan teens denied bond in deadly rock-throwing incident
A judge denied bond on Oct. 24 for five Michigan teens accused of throwing a rock from a highway overpass, killing a man. The teens were arraigned in a Genesee County courtroom where they entered not guilty pleas. All five are being charged as adults. If convicted, the teens could spend up to life in prison.
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