A judge has refused to lower the bond for a accused triple murderer Brice Rhodes.
"Our client at 15 years old did not have the sophistication to pull this off and was certainly in a bad situation, and this will hopefully allow him to move on with his life," said defense attorney Ryan Vantrease,
Police have already arrested Brice Rhodes, 25, in the gruesome killings of the teens, as well as 15-year-old Anjuan Carter and 18-year-old Jacorey Lamont Taylor.
On Wednesday, Brice Rhodes was indicted for terroristic threatening and intimidating a participant in a legal process in connection with a September incident in which he allegedly threatened Judge Amber Wolf.
“Maurice was crying and stuff and he was asking everybody to spare him,” 15-year-old Anjuan Carter told Det. Jon Lesher on May 24, according to a video of the interview.
Brice Rhodes, the man accused of murdering three people -- including two teenagers -- is in trouble again after two recent incidents at the jail involving corrections officers.
Jacorey Taylor appeared in court on Monday morning.
A Jefferson County grand jury indicted Jacorey Lamont Taylor of murder and tampering with physical evidence on Thursday.
A man accused of murdering one man and two teenage brothers is facing a new charge.
Some clues in a high-profile murder case were released Friday during a hearing in Jefferson County District Court.
Rhodes, who is accused of murdering two teens, made the exclamation after his attorney withdrew from the case.
The mother of two sons killed Sunday in the Shawnee neighborhood told WDRB the man who killed them preyed on them and was hoping to recruit them in his gang.
Brice Rhodes' current run-in with the law is certainly not his first. From harassment to domestic violence, his wrap sheet from both sides of the river is more than 20 pages long.