Teen accused of murder to remain in juvenile custody
Judge recommends continued detention; next hearing set for April 1
SAN ANTONIO – A Madison High School junior who's accused of stabbing two other teens, killing one, was once again ordered to remain in juvenile custody following a court hearing Monday.
The teen is accused of fatally stabbing Kaitlyn Castelleja, 18, in the driveway of her home, claiming that she and another 18-year-old girl came to the house and confronted her over a series of ongoing social media exchanges that included threats.
The judge on Monday recommended the continued detention, with another hearing set for April 1.
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The latest on the teenager accused of stabbing and killing another girl: judge is Recommending continued detention, next hearing is set for April 1https://t.co/mImUdmmQyf— KSAT Max Massey (@MaxMasseyTV) March 18, 2019
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