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2 denied bond in Detroit drive-by that killed 1 man

James David Dickson
The Detroit News

Detroit — Two teens face murder charges in a late-June double shooting that left one man dead on Detroit's west side.

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy on Tuesday announced charges of first-degree premeditated murder, assault with intent to murder and felony firearm against Terrance Pringle Jr, 18, and Christian Johnson, 17. 

Christian Johnson, left, and Terrance Pringle.

Worthy alleges that just before 12:15 a.m. June 26, the two men were riding around in the area of Stahelin and Trojan, when they pulled out guns and started shooting.

They hit two men and one, a man named Terrence Minous, died. 

Pringle was arraigned Friday before 36th District Magistrate Millicent Sherman, who denied him bond. He's due for a probable cause conference Oct. 9 and a preliminary examination Oct. 16, both before Judge Roberta Archer.

Johnson was arraigned Monday by 36th District Magistrate Laura Echartea, who denied him bond. He's due for a probable cause conference Oct. 8, but his preliminary exam date has not been set, the prosecutor's office said. Archer will hear Johnson's case as well.