Michigan’s 14-year-old has been charged as an adult in connection to the suspected murder of a seventeen-year-old.
Jack Snyder was on his way home from Battle Creek’s girlfriend’s party when he saw two teenage girls walking outside. Snyder apparently offered the two teens a ride because it was cold outside.
The two teens – ages 13 and 14 – got inside Snyder’s car and then attempted to carjack him, according to police. Snyder – a member of the National Honor Society who played varsity soccer – reportedly resisted, and he was shot twice.
According to the Battle Creek Police Department, a 14-year old was arrested on Friday.
“As part of today’s investigation and efforts, detectives recovered a gun they suspect was involved in the murder,” police said. “Confirmation of this remains pending forensic analyses.”
The 13-year old surrendered to police on Sunday.
WZZM reported: “The suspect aged thirteen was charged with murder, homicide, and carjacking.”
On Friday, the Calhoun County Prosecutor’s Office charged 14-year-old Justice Chimner as an adult. Chimmer was accused of felony murder and carjacking as well as two weapons-related violations. He…