Man charged with supplying rifle for Kyle Rittenhouse to stand trial

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KENOSHA COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The man charged with buying the rifle that police say an Illinois teen used to kill two people during protests in Kenosha will stand trial. 

Dominick Black, 19, is charged with two felony counts of intentionally providing a dangerous weapon to a minor, resulting in death. 

At a preliminary hearing Thursday, Nov. 19, a Kenosha detective testified that Black told him how he purchased the rifle after getting money from Rittenhouse. 

"He indicated they were up in Ladysmith, Wisconsin, at an Ace Hardware. At the time, Kyle provided the money to him which he then utilized to buy the firearm," said Detective Ben Antaramian, Kenosha Police Department. 

At the hearing, Black's bond was also modified, now under the condition that he can have no contact with Rittenhouse or the parents of Anthony Huber, one of the people who Rittenhouse shot and killed. 

Black's arraignment is scheduled for Jan. 13. 

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