Three people facing charges in a robbery that police say led to a high school student's death were due in court Wednesday.
J.H. Rose High School student Tony Turnage was shot and killed in Greenville in April. Police say the man whose apartment Turnage and others broke into shot Turnage as he ran away.
Court calendars show 16-year-old Thomas Edwards, 18-year-old Michael Mooring II and 18-year-old Terry Streeter are all due in court, facing armed robbery charges for the break-in.
20-year-old Kenneth Sprouse was charged in the shooting of Turnage, though the court calendars don't show when he's due in court again. The same is true for 19-year-old Thomas Lee Conlan, whom police say planned the break-in.
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