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  • Macon teen charged in 2014 little league ball field killing requests bond

    Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church deacon Joe Arrington testified Aug. 13, 2015, at a Bibb County Superior Court hearing for 18-year-old Jedarrius Treonta Meadows. Meadows and two other teens are accused in the Feb. 22, 2014, shooting death of 16-year-old Damion Bernard "Little Petey" Clayton at a Macon Little League field on Anthony Road. Jay Davis, Meadows' lawyer, argued for a bond to be set for his client.

Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church deacon Joe Arrington testified Aug. 13, 2015, at a Bibb County Superior Court hearing for 18-year-old Jedarrius Treonta Meadows. Meadows and two other teens are accused in the Feb. 22, 2014, shooting death of 16-year-old Damion Bernard "Little Petey" Clayton at a Macon Little League field on Anthony Road. Jay Davis, Meadows' lawyer, argued for a bond to be set for his client. Amy Leigh Womack awomack@macon.com
Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church deacon Joe Arrington testified Aug. 13, 2015, at a Bibb County Superior Court hearing for 18-year-old Jedarrius Treonta Meadows. Meadows and two other teens are accused in the Feb. 22, 2014, shooting death of 16-year-old Damion Bernard "Little Petey" Clayton at a Macon Little League field on Anthony Road. Jay Davis, Meadows' lawyer, argued for a bond to be set for his client. Amy Leigh Womack awomack@macon.com

Macon teen charged in 2014 ball field murder requests bond

August 13, 2015 12:37 PM