Two teens charged Seath Tyler Jackson murder plead not guilty in Fla. court

At that point, the sheriff's office said, the group used bleach to clean the house and shoveled Jackson's remains into 5-gallon paint cans. Investigators are still searching for a .22-caliber revolver used in the slaying. The Sheriff's Office said a dive team found three 5-gallon paint buckets Wednesday afternoon in a lime rock pit. The contents of the cans are being tested to determine if they contain Jackson's remains. Seen here: suspect Kyle Hooper.
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Two teens charged Seath Tyler Jackson murder plead not guilty in Fla. court
Kyle Hooper and Amber Wright.
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(CBS) - Amber Wright and her step-brother Kyle Hooper, two of five people accused of the brutal murder of 15-year-old Seath Tyler Jackson, reportedly appeared in court Wednesday morning in Marion County, Fla. 

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Standing side by side, and accompanied by their parents, Wright and Hooper listened as their attorneys told the judge they were not guilty of first-degree murder, according to the Ocala Star-Banner.

The two are accused, along with three others, of beating and shooting Amber's ex-boyfriend and then burning the remains in an attempt to cover it up.

The judge set another court date for May 6 and ordered the two teens held in secure detention until that date, the Star-Banner reported.

Prosecutors have not decided whether to try the teens as adults, the paper reported.

Wright and Hooper's parents had no comment about the charges facing their children.

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