First court appearance for teens in child's death

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According to Madison County Sheriff Tucker 17-year-old DeAllen Washington was arrested in 2015 or 2016 for armed robbery and was out on a $25,000 bond and is still under indictment for that.

A MS judge denied bond Monday for the three teenagers accused of killing 6-year-old Kingston Frazier.

Kingston Frazier was left by his mother sleeping in the back of her Toyota Camry early on Thursday when she went into a Kroger grocery store. Tyree Jones said was abandoned in a muddy ditch about 15 miles (20 kilometers) north of Jackson, Miss. However, investigators are still looking for the murder weapon.

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Wakefield and Washington are ineligible for the death penalty because they are 17, but are being charged as adults and could face life in prison without parole. "If it appears that justice will observed by seeking the death penalty, then our office will definitely go forward on that".

Frazier's mother, Ebony Archie, was present for the hearing but declined to speak to reporters.

"She's struggling", Amos Archie said. My prayers are with the family of Kingston more than anything, I'm a mother and he's a child so. We believe in God.

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The courtroom was filled with dozens of family members and friends of both the victim and the accused.

All three are being held at the Madison County Jail with no bond set at this time.

The judge said each defendant posed a danger to the community and decided against allowing bail. McBride told McKinley that he had previously been convicted of commercial burglary. The Madison County coroner said Frazier had been shot multiple times.

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All three are facing capital murder charges with potential sentences that carry the hihgest punishment in the state. The three teens did not enter a plea, however, a preliminary hearing has been scheduled for June 26th.

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