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Columbus Teen Tried As Adult In Quadruple Homicide Case

Jordyn Wade, 17, will be tried as an adult in a quadruple homicide case in Columbus, Ohio. Wade is ineligible for the death penalty due to his age.

By Melissa Prax | December 23, 2015

A Columbus, Ohio, teen is being tried as an adult in connection with a quadruple homicide in June.

Now, 17-year-old Jordyn Wade is facing multiple counts of murder, among other charges, but he cannot receive the death penalty because he's a minor.

Wade is said to have a list of past offenses. Authorities believe another shooter was also involved with the homicides. The second suspect, Robert Lee Adams Jr.,  has been indicted on similar charges.

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Wade will be arraigned Thursday. (Video via WSYX)

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