Clio teen accused of throwing deadly rock onto I-75 heading for trial

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FLINT (WJRT) (8/27/2018) - The fifth and oldest Clio teen charged with throwing rocks over an I-75 overpass and killing a man will stand trial on 11 charges, including second-degree murder.

Kyle Anger, 18, waived his preliminary exam in court on Monday, pushing the case to circuit court, where a jury is expected to decide his fate.

Anger was charged last October with 11 counts in the death of 32-year-old Kenneth White from Mt. Morris. Those charges include 2nd degree murder, 2 counts of throwing objects at cars causing death and 8 counts of malicous destruction of property.

He and 4 other teenage boys from Clio are accused of throwing rocks over the Dodge Road overpass on I-75 in Genesee County's Vienna Township.

One of those rocks, smashed the windshield of the car Kenneth White was was riding in, killing him.

Anger has been singled out by law enforcement as the suspect who threw the deadly rock. His case has remained separate from the four others because he is an adult while the others are juveniles.

The four other teens took a plea deal last month changing their second-degree murder charges to manslaughter and dismissing the 10 other counts. They might testify against Anger during the trial.

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