It’s well known that you’re never supposed to relax in this type of situation.
Four teenagers accused of beating classmate Jonathan Lewis Jr. to death during an attack in Las Vegas have been charged with second-degree murder.
Dontral Beaver, 16, Gianni Robinson, 17, Damien Hernandez, 17, and Treavion Randolph, 16, are all being tried as adults and appeared in front of a judge at Clark County District Court Tuesday where the charges were read.
District Attorney Steve Wolfson announced the four juveniles are also charged with felony conspiracy to commit battery with substantial bodily harm.
The alleged attackers were then transferred back to the juvenile detention center where they are being held without bail, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Four other students were also arrested in connection to Lewis’ on Nov. 7 death, which was captured in a now viral video.
The other four students, who are all under 16, will remain in the juvenile court system.
No hate crimes charges, apparently.