The judge presiding over the case of Jordan Brown, who was just 11 years old when he was accused of killing his father’s pregnant fiance with a shotgun, ruled Tuesday that Brown will stand trial as a juvenile.
The case of a Lawrence County boy accused of killing his father’s pregnant fiancée has been moved to juvenile court.
A judge in Lawrence County is once again considering whether a teenager who’s accused of killing his father’s pregnant fiancée should be tried as an adult or a juvenile.
A hearing was held today in the case of Jordan Brown, the Lawrence County boy accused in the death of his father’s pregnant fiancée. Brown was 11-years-old at the time of his arrest in connection with the death of 26-year-old Kenzie Houk.
Thirteen-year-old Jordan Brown was charged two years ago with killing his father’s pregnant fiancee.
State Superior Court has remanded Jordan Brown’s decertification hearing back to Common Pleas Court.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Jordan Brown was only 11-years-old when he was arrested and charged as an adult with killing his father’s pregnant fiancé. A three judge panel of the Superior Court met in Pittsburgh to […]
Campaign For Youth Justice CEO Liz Ryan talks with Mike Pintek about her op-ed piece in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Liz says children should not be tried as adults as Jordan Brown will be for allegedly […]