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No bond for Hialeah teen, 15, charged as adult in deaths of 2 women

Teen accused of killing 2 women after taking parents' car on joyride in Hialeah gets no bond
Teen accused of killing 2 women after taking parents' car on joyride in Hialeah gets no bond 01:52

MIAMI - On Wednesday morning a judge ordered no bond for a 15-year-old boy, charged as an adult, after taking his parents' car for a joy ride and being involved in a crash that killed two women and critically injured another. 

Maykoll Santiesteban appeared in adult court at around 11 a.m. He was taken into custody in court Tuesday wearing a Spider-Man t-shirt and sweatpants. 

He is facing 6 charges as an adult. 

Santiesteban walked into a courtroom Tuesday with his family but did not end up leaving with them. 

A judge wouldn't allow our cameras to record his face.

"You will be transported from the Miami-Dade Juvenile Detention Center to Miami-Dade County Jail, where you'll have a first appearance," said Judge Orlando Prescott.

The teen is being charged with two counts of vehicular homicide, one count of reckless driving causing serious bodily injury and three counts of driving while license is suspended, causing death or serious bodily injury. 

"If he could press the rewind button and this not occur, my client would give anything for that not to happen," said Omar Lopez, Santiesteban's attorney. 

Santiesteban's attorney is talking about the joyride that the minor took in a family member's car with two other teens. 

A ride that would change the lives of several families. 

According to police, Santiesteban was going 83 miles an hour in a 30-mile-per-hour speed zone. 

He crashed into a car causing it to fly into a fence, two women died in that car another is critically hurt.

"The family wishes the family of the deceased and her aunt to know they're very, very sorry for what occurred and they offer their deepest condolences," said Lopez. 

Santiesteban had been on house arrest at his home in Hialeah up until Tuesday. 

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