Hadiya Pendleton Update: No bail for two men charged in Chicago teen's shooting death

Kenneth Williams (left), Michael Ward
AP Photo/Chicago Police Department
Hadiya Pendleton, 15 and of Chicago, is seen in this undated family photo provided by Damon Stewart.
Hadiya Pendleton
AP Photo/Courtesy of Damon Stewart

(CBS/AP) CHICAGO - A judge has ordered two gang members held without bail in the death of 15-year-old Chicago honor student Hadiya Pendleton.

Eighteen-year-old Michael Ward and 20-year-old Kenneth Williams are charged with first-degree murder in Pendleton's  Jan. 29 death. The girl was shot dead just days after she performed at events for President Barack Obama's inauguration. First lady Michelle Obama attended her funeral.

Prosecutors say they have cellphone records placing Williams in the same area where Hadiya was shot. They say Ward told police his gang and a rival gang had been shooting at each other since 2010. Ward said the rival gang killed one of his friends, and he was still upset.

Cook County Judge Israel Desierto denied bail for the two on Tuesday.

Complete coverage of Hadiya Pendleton on Crimesider