The 15-year-old charged in the fatal shooting of a girl on a Homestead school bus will be allowed to attend school and go to church while he's out on bond, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Jordyn Howe will also be allowed to see his attorney but otherwise will have to stay at home, Judge Ellen Sue Venzer ruled during a hearing Wednesday that the teen and his family attended.
Earlier this week, Howe pled not guilty to charges of manslaughter with a deadly weapon, carrying a concealed firearm and unlawful possession of a firearm by a minor in the November shooting that killed 13-year-old Lourdes Guzman-DeJesus.Howe had been on house arrest, but he was booked into jail last week after prosecutors decided to charge him as an adult in the shooting. He later bonded out and had been attending school without a monitoring device, according to information presented a hearing Monday.
The assistant principal at Somerset Academy, where Howe had been attending, said the teen had been transferred to a different school but didn't disclose the name.
Ady Guzman, Guzman-DeJesus' mother, has said she was upset that Howe will be allowed to attend school...(click pic to watch video)