Boy Sentenced To Probation In Rural Kingsley Shooting

Date posted - March 19, 2012

The boy who admitted to shooting his brother in rural Kingsley faces probation and other stipulations, but it looks like he won’t need to serve time behind bars.

Fourteen-year-old Billy Noll admitted in February to involuntary manslaughter in the death of his step-brother, Kyle Badgerow in December near Kingsley.

A charge of willful injury was dropped as part of a plea agreement.

He will remain in the custody of his father, and Juvenile Court Services will periodically review Noll’s probation status with the court. He is also to avoid contact with firearms, including real, toy, or facsimile weapons, and authorities will have the right to check his residence to make sure he’s in compliance.

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