Accused SEPTA shooter to remain behind bars in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA - January 17, 2012 (WPVI) -- The teen accused of firing a gun into a crowded SEPTA train went back to court Thursday.
Matthew Early faced a judge for his preliminary hearing.
He was ordered to stay behind bars until his trial.
Early is charged with attempted murder in connection with the shooting on the Market-Frankford El last month.
Prosecutors say he shot a Chicago Bulls fan during an argument following a Sixers game.
The victim survived.
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