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Bond set in North Platte murder trial

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A former NPHS student accused of murdering a man in North Platte earlier this fall has had his bond set to $1.5 million.

Brayden Turner is being held on a 10% bond, set today by Lincoln County Court Judge Michael Piccolo. The 16-year-old waived his right to a preliminary hearing today via video conference in Lincoln County Court.

Turner and Jesus Martinez, 16, are both accused of shooting a 22-year-old man in Centennial Park on Sept. 14.  The two Grand Island boys are charged with first-degree felony murder and the use of a firearm to commit a felony, facing a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Both cases have been bound over to district court.

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