A 14-year-old shooting incident suspect to be released from prison.
Ramsey County arrested a 14-year-old for shooting incident that killed his 12-year-old brother to be released from prison without charges.
In the recent published article by KSTP-TV, in the investigation after the weekend incident, Ramsey County Attorney’s Office states that due to insufficient evidence of the crime – a 14-year-old suspect will be released from prison without charges.
Markee Jones and his 14-year-old brother were playing on Saturday when the family hear the gunshot. St. Paul police were called to the 200 block of Stinson Street West just before 5 a.m.The family rushed Markee to the hospital, unfortunately he’s unable to survive the fatal wound.
The 14-year-old suspect was detained to Ramsey County Juvenile Detention Center on suspicion of manslaughter but his family plead for him to be released from prison. For Markee’s family, his death is an accident and that her 14-year-old brother should be released from prison. They mentioned that it is already hard for him knowing his brother’s death.
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The 14-year-old suspect of shooting incident that killed Markee Jones – released from prison on Tuesday
On Tuesday afternoon, the attorney’s office states that the 14-year-old suspect will be released from prison. They returned the case to St. Paul’s police for further investigation, and they added that charges could still be filed even when the suspect was released from prison.
Markee Jones’ mother, Denisha Hill, felt relieved upon hearing the news that her 14-year-old son will be released from prison. She’s already planning on helping him to cope with this incident, and bury Markee once his brother will be released from prison.
To be released from prison is one thing but as a mother, Denisha knows how hard it will be for his 14-year-old son and she is hoping that Markee’s brother released from prison will help him recover from the incident.
The 14-year-old suspect was released from prison on Tuesday, following the attorney’s office order. While Denisha Hill is hopeful for her son’s released from prison, she cannot deny the agony they felt as family.