MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — The teen son of a Canadian consul general in Miam has been charged with murder as an adult after a deadly drug-related shootout that killed his brother.READ MORE: Celtics Rule Smart, Horford Out For Game 1 Against Heat
A Miami-Dade County grand jury indicted 15-year-old Marc Wabafiyebazu on first-degree felony murder charges Wednesday. Wabafiyebazu is the son of Consul General Roxanne Dube.
Wabafiyebazu’s attorney has previously said he will plead not guilty. The boy’s brother, 17-year-old Jean, was killed in the March shootout over an alleged marijuana deal. Another teenager, 17-year-old Joshua Wright, was also slain.READ MORE: Man's Remains Found In Shallow Grave Behind Miami Gardens Home, Woman Arrested
The grand jury also indicted two other young men involved in the drug deal on felony murder charges.
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