INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A teenager accused for taking part in a crime spree that left one man dead will undergo a psychological evaluation.
On Tuesday, a judge said the 15-year-old should undergo a psychological evaluation. 24-Hour News 8 does not identify juvenile suspects unless they are charged in adult court.
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Part of the reason for the evaluation is to determine whether the boy should be tried as an adult.
The 15-year-old has been charged with two counts of murder, one count attempted murder, three counts robbery, two counts attempted robbery, two counts auto theft, one count of theft, two counts for handgun without a license, one count resisting law enforcement and one count escape.
Sirquain Burr, 17, is facing adult charges in connection to the same case.
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