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Apr 16, 2013 07:07
Category: General News

Moses Lake Boy Accused Of Shooting Parents Can Have Them Visit

EPHRATA, Wash. (AP) — A judge has decided that a 14-year-old central Washington boy accused of shooting and wounding his parents last month can receive visits from his mother and father as long as no one discusses the case. IFiber One News reports Judge Pro-Tem Doug Anderson said yesterday the visits must be supervised and recorded. Both the boy and his parents reportedly want the visits. The Moses Lake teen is charged with two counts of attempted murder, accused of shooting his parents in their bed March 8. Police say he was angry at being grounded. The boy's father says he'll comply with any rules the judge sets.