Wichita, Kansas 2021-07-30 18:06:01 –
Wichita, Kang (KSNW) —Judge sentenced Wichita teenagers to two years of probation in the shooting of family member Lisa Trimmel.
The 41-year-old Trimmel was found dead in June 2018 at his home in Block 3200, North 159th Street East.
District attorney Mark Bennett states that there was confrontation and debate and then fired.
Court documents provided for KSN News In 2018, the boy says he shot her to protect himself and another boy with an attack. According to the document, the boy was afraid of his life and the lives of other children.
According to the document, the boy shot Trimmel once around his neck. Despite efforts to revive the accused boy’s CPR and Trimmel, EMS declared her dead on the scene. KSN is a boy, so he doesn’t name him.
In June, the boy did not object to one case of deteriorating batteries and one case of criminal use of weapons. The original allegation was the second murder.
After the Friday afternoon ruling, Bennett explained the probationary ruling.
“Under the juvenile law, we are now supposed to send dangerous people to jail. As you heard, all psychologists who saw him said he wasn’t. “He said.
Bennett states that this is a difficult case and involves very painstaking negotiations and extensive conversations between the boy’s family and the victim.
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