Teen Accused of Shooting Five Teens in Downtown Indianapolis Pleads Not Guilty

By Max Resnik
By Scott Sarvay

Teen Accused of Shooting Five Teens in Downtown Indianapolis Pleads Not Guilty

March 17, 2012 Updated Oct 24, 2013 at 6:55 AM EDT

INDIANAPOLIS (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - 16-year-old Dai-Twon Williams entered his not guilty plea Monday morning in a Marion County court.

The teen is charged with firing on a group of five teens on March 17 near the intersection of Ohio and West streets. The teen’s ages range from 14 to 17-years-old.

According to WRTV, one of the victims said in the probable cause affidavit that the boy had been threatening and harassing him on Facebook before the shooting.

Williams is charged with five counts of attempted murder and one charge of criminal gang activity.




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