Suspects in Sandra Parks' fatal shooting make initial court appearance
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The two men accused of killing Sandra Parks, 13, made their initial court appearance Saturday morning at the Milwaukee County Courthouse.
The teen was hit by a stray bullet that went through the window of her home Monday night. A number of bullets were fired.
It didn't take authorities long to find the suspects -- Isaac Barnes, 26 and Untrell Oden, 27.
According to the criminal complaint, Barnes was the main culprit. He's charged with first degree reckless homicide, along with endangering safety by use of a firearm, and possession of a firearm. According to the complaint, he used an AK-47 rifle.
Oden allegedly helped Barnes hide the guns.
"The weapons he is charged with possessing are the weapons that may have been used in the homicide," said the state’s attorney.
But the defense said they didn't belong to him. "These were not his firearms at any point, that in fact it was his co-defendant which is the main driver in all the allegations."
A cash bond of $200,000 was set for Barnes. For Oden, it's $50,000. The court commissioner also ordered both men to be kept separate from one another.
A preliminary hearing for both Barnes and Oden is set for December 3rd.