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January 24, 2013

Teen’s case in death plot is waived to Grand Jury

Young faces 2 counts of attempted murder

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Somerset —

Young, who has remained in the Pulaski County Detention Center on a $250,000 bond since his arrest, has been charged for violating his pretrial diversion conditions on a separate burglary case as well.
Venters, speaking to reporters after the hearing, emphasized that the court on Wednesday heard only “one side” of the case. 
“Obviously, these are disturbing allegations,” Venters said. “The portrayal to this point of (Young) has been he is some kind of monster, and that’s not true.
“We’re very early in the process ... the facts of this case will come out,” Venters said.
Venters added that Young’s family has been supportive.
“They (Young’s family) are upset and saddened for (Young) and for the (Phelps family).”

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