Kingsley Teen Admits To Killing Brother
Date posted - February 22, 2012
A young Kingsley teen has basically admitted that he shot his step-brother.
Fourteen-year-old William “Billy” Noll did the juvenile court equivalent of pleading guilty to a charge of involuntary manslaughter, according to court records. As a result of the plea, prosecutors agreed to drop a charge of willful injury.
Noll is accused in the December 9th death of 17-year-old Kyle Badgerow who was shot in the chest in the rural Kingsley home where the step-brothers lived.
The juvenile court equivalent of a sentencing — called a “dispositional hearing” — was scheduled for 1 PM on March 16th. One of several options will be chosen at that time. They include foster care, residential treatment, or a state institution.
By Scott Van Aartsen
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