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Michigan Court of Appeals Rules Adult Charges Dropped in I-75 Rock Throwing Case

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A Michigan Court of Appeals panel of judges has ruled that adult charges against 4 Genessee county teens be dropped in favor of Juvenile sentences in the 2017 I-75 Rock throwing case.

Mark Sekelsky, Mikadyn Payne, Trevor Gray, and Alexzander Miller were accused of throwing rocks off the Dodge rd overpass onto the southbound lanes of I-75 in Vienna Township in October 2017.

32-year-old Kenneth White was killed as a result of rocks crashing through the windshield of a work truck he was a passenger in.

The four, who were ages 15 and 16 at the time, were initially charged as adults with second-degree murder.

The three judge Court of Appeals panel overruledĀ  that Genesee County judge Joseph Farah by a 2 to 1 vote in his decision against dropping the adult charges. .

Miller was released from custody on bond last summer, while Gray, Payne and Sekelsky have remained in jail since the 2017 incident.



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