A 14-year-old boy, standing next to his mother, was sentenced Thursday to 22 years in prison for his role in the killing of a man at a Dallas DART station last November.
He’s just four-feet, two-inches tall, and barely looks his age. But a 12-year-old Dallas boy admitted Tuesday to his role in a robbery that led to the death of 19-year-old Octavius Lanier on the DART rail line last November.
The mother of a 19-year-old killed when he was pushed in front of a DART train isn’t satisfied, but Friday she accepted the plea bargain from one of her son’s alleged killers.
Prosecutors in Dallas say a 14-year-old boy faces 30 years in prison over the death of a man allegedly pushed into a moving train.
It’s been almost three months since a south Dallas teen was shoved in front of a DART train killed, apparently for his iPod. All of the victim’s accused attackers were juveniles, and Friday one of them appeared at a hearing to see if he should be tried as an adult.
One of the children accused of pushing a Dallas teen in front of DART train may face prosecution as an adult.
The Dallas Police Department announced Wednesday it has arrested two more suspects in last week’s death at a DART light rail station.
A second person has come forward to apologize for a relative’s action in connection with the death of a Dallas man who was killed after being pushed into a moving DART train.