Chardon High School shooting suspect TJ Lane chose random victims, says prosecutor
(CBS/AP) CHARDON, Ohio - A prosecutor says the 17-year-old suspect in a shooting at Chardon High School that killed three students and injured two others didn't know his victims and chose them randomly.
Prosecutor David Joyce said at Tuesday's hearing in Chardon, Ohio, that suspect TJ Lane admitted firing 10 shots at Chardon High School.
At the hearing, Judge Timothy Grendell imposed a gag order on opposing attorneys at the prosecutor's request and told the media not to photograph the face of the boy, who is a juvenile.
Lane was ordered held for at least the next 15 days. Prosecutors have until March 1 to charge him.
Lane did not go to Chardon High, instead attending nearby Lake Academy, which is for students with academic or behavioral problems.
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