A bond hearing was held Thursday for one of the six teens charged in the 2016 murder of 15-year-old Jordan Shores.
A judge denied the bond motion for 17-year-old Raihem Faisson McCorkle after state solicitors said he was “a danger to the community and a danger to the victims.”
He is charged with Shores’s murder, along with his brother Rayquan McCorkle, 15; Ronquavis James Howard, 17; Undraize Antonio Dixon, 18; Deonte Raequan Schultz, 17; and Aikel Leetrez Harrison, 19.
All six have been denied bond and remain in custody at the Aiken County detention center, except Rayquan McCorkle, who is being held at the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice in Columbia.
All six teenagers are charged with murder, attempted murder, armed robbery, first-degree burglary, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and discharging a firearm into a dwelling, according to jail records.
Shores, a student at Midland Valley High School, was killed Nov. 18, 2016 after police say all six suspects broke into a home in the Clearwater area, fatally shot Shores and pistol-whipped another 16-year-old boy before