School Bus Shooting
The South Florida teen accused of accidentally shooting and killing a girl on a private school bus appeared in court Wednesday where a judge put a very strict curfew in place that is similar to house arrest.
The South Florida teen accused of accidentally shooting and killing a girl on a private school bus did not appear in court for his formal arraignment Monday, instead Jordyn Howe’s attorney entered a not guilty plea.
The South Florida teen accused of accidentally shooting and killing a girl on a private school bus is scheduled to make his first court appearance Thursday.
Prosecutors have upgraded the charges against a teen accused of accidentally shooting and killing a girl on a private school bus last November.
A South Florida family reeling from the death of a 13 year old girl killed on a Homestead school bus has been dealt another devastating blow.
Jordyn Howe, a 15-year-old Homestead boy who was arrested in the shooting death of a teen girl on a school bus, was ordered released from jail Thursday, but was going to be fitted with an ankle monitor.
A hearing in the case of a 15-year old Homestead boy, jailed for the accidental shooting of a 13-year-old girl on a school bus, has been postponed.
A viewing will be held Sunday for the 13-year-old girl killed in an accidental private school bus shooting in Homestead last week.
Investigators are looking into statements from students that 15-year old Jordyn Howe brought a loaded gun to school several times before Tuesday’s fatal shooting on a bus that claimed the life of 13-year old Lourdes Guzman DeJesus, CBS4′s Gary Nelson has learned.
A 15-year old boy faces a manslaughter charge for a deadly shooting on a private school bus in Homestead on Tuesday.