National
(Reuters)
Michigan teens denied bond in deadly rock-throwing incident
Read More
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.
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.
Up next in national
Now watching
promo
1:10
Michigan teens denied bond in deadly rock-throwing incident
Now watching
promo
0:36
Emotional reunion: NY firefighters rescue dog from apartment blaze
Now watching
promo
0:59
Woman is assaulted on NY subway after challenging a passenger's 'manspreading'
Now watching
promo
1:05
Jesse Jackson has Parkinson's disease
Now watching
promo
0:29
Firefighters battle massive fire in New York apartment building
Now watching
promo
0:53
Sanders denies White House silence on Roy Moore, says president has 'weighed in'
Now watching
promo
1:02
Couple charged in connection to Utah killing
Now watching
promo
1:22
Battered, but not broken, the Arecibo Observatory will remain open
Now watching
promo
1:19
Massive fire rips through Pa. senior living community
Now watching
promo
1:07
Keystone pipeline spills 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota
Now watching
promo
0:57
Da Vinci Christ painting sold for record-breaking $450 million