3 out of 5 teens charged in I-75 rock-throwing death granted competency hearings

Five teens charged with second-degree murder in the I-75 rock-throwing death from last week appeared in court, Thursday, Nov. 2 for a probable cause conference. (WEYI/WSMH)

FLINT, Mich. - Five teens charged with second-degree murder in the I-75 rock-throwing death, appeared in court Thursday, November 2 for a probable cause conference.

RELATED LINK: 5 teens charged as adults in rock-throwing death on I-75 in Vienna Township

Three out of the five teens accused of throwing rocks over I-75 killing 32-year-old Kenneth White were granted competency hearings.

White was killed on Wednesday, Oct. 18 when a piece of concrete thrown from the Dodge Road overpass onto I-75, striking the windshield of the vehicle he was a passenger in.

Kyle Anger, 18, Marcus Sekelsky, 16, and 15-year-old Trevor Gray were granted competency hearings.

Mikaydyn Payne, 16, and 15-year-old Alexander Miller did not file a motion to request a competency hearing.

The five teens are due back in court Thursday, January 11, 2018.

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