Deadly I-75 rock-throwing case delayed over DNA backlog - WNEM TV 5

Deadly I-75 rock-throwing case delayed over DNA backlog

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GENESEE COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

Legal proceedings were delayed for the five teens charged in the rock-throwing death of a Mid-Michigan man.

Kenneth A. White, 32, of Mt. Morris was killed when a six-pound rock that was thrown from an overpass on I-75 crashed through the windshield of a vehicle he was a passenger in.

Kyle Anger, Alexzander Miller, Trevor Gray, Mikaydn Payne and Mark Sekelsky are now facing second-degree murder charges for their roles in the incident. They have all been charged as adults.

Prosecutors asked and received a 30-day extension on Thursday, April 26 because of a backlog at a lab completing DNA testing in the case, according to Prosecutor John Potbury. 

The five will be back in court on May 31.

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