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15-year-old accused of crime spree enters court
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A 15-year-old accused of a deadly crime spree entered court for the first time on Wednesday. Adonis Muldrow did not enter a plea.
Prosecutors say on Nov. 16th he took part in four robberies, killed a person during a carjacking, and injured an officer in a shootout.
The teen is being tried as an adult, though he's too young to qualify for the death penalty. A second suspect can face the death penalty if prosecutors pursue it. He did not enter a plea last week.
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