Plea Deal Reached In Fatal I-75 Rock Throwing
The four out of the five teenagers involved in the fatal rock throwing back in October 2017 have reached a plea deal.
Mark Sekelsky, Mikadyn Payne, Alexzander Miller, and Trevor Gray are the four teenagers that showed up to court and had hand sentences handed down to them. Now the last kid by the name of Kyle Anger allegedly had a family emergency and couldn't make it.
Originally these kids tried to take a "Not-Guilty" angle but the evidence was so much that they ended being hit with second degree murder if the plea is accepted.
Now I'm not a fan of the justice system, it's overdue for some reform. But these kids have ruined their lives over a dumb mistake that took the like of 32 yr old Kenneth White. I wish blessings on all parties involved and I hope this is a valuable lesson to all of you knuckle head kids out there. Think before you act, one mistake can completely change your life.
Mikadyn Payne, 16, walks out of the courtroom after signing a plea agreement on Monday, July 16, 2018 at Genesee District Court in downtown Flint. Mark Sekelsky, 17, Mikadyn Payne, 16, Alexzander Miller, 16, and Trevor Gray, 15, will each have 10 of the 11 charges they faced dropped and a second-degree murder charge amended to manslaughter if the deal is accepted by a Genesee Circuit judge