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  • Ari Morales And Marcelles Peter Beat And Sexually Assaulted A 15-Year-Old Girl At Homecoming on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#6) Ari Morales And Marcelles Peter Beat And Sexually Assaulted A 15-Year-Old Girl At Homecoming

    In October 2009, a group of males ages 15 to late 40s were drinking outside of the Richmond High School homecoming dance. They invited a 15-year-old female student to join. She allegedly drank a little before they propositioned her for sex. When she denied, they forced her down on a concrete bench where she was continuously beaten and sexually assaulted for over two hours. They penetrated her with foreign objects, burned her with cigarettes, and poured enough alcohol down her throat to give her a near fatal blood-alcohol level. At one point, one of the attackers even used the girl's cellphone to call her father and say she was great at sex. 

    As many as 20 bystanders looked on during the attack. Police believed they were aware of what was happening, although none called for help. A local resident heard about the attack and called the police, who found the girl unconscious under a picnic table. Emergency responders air-lifted her to the hospital in critical condition.

    16-year-old Ari Morales and 17-year-old James Peter were among six boys and men charged. The judge decided to try the juveniles as adults because he deemed their actions "extremely callous and brutal." California sentenced Morales to 33 years in prison and Peter 29 years to life.
     

  • 13-Year-Old Jaheim Holley Shot And Robbed His Friend For Cash on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#16) 13-Year-Old Jaheim Holley Shot And Robbed His Friend For Cash

    Seminole County initially charged 13-year-old Jaheim Holley with attempted murder and armed robbery after he shot 19-year-old acquaintance Justin McKnight. On March 28, 2016, according to the Orlando Sentinel, Holley pleaded with McKnight to give him a ride. While they were driving, Holley pulled out a gun. After a brief physical altercation, Holley shot McKnight in the stomach and made off with McKnight’s cash. Earlier that day, McKnight posted a picture of himself holding money, which is how investigators believed Holley knew he had it on him.

    Authorities revealed Holley already had an arrest record, and the teen had been on probation at the time of the shooting. Holley, tried as an adult, accepted a 5-year plea bargain. 

  • Derek and Alex King Fatally Beat Their Dad With A Baseball Bat And Set Their Home On Fire on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#14) Derek and Alex King Fatally Beat Their Dad With A Baseball Bat And Set Their Home On Fire

    On November 26, 2001, Derek King, 13, at the behest of his brother Alex King, 12, waited until their father was asleep before sneaking into his room and bashing him on the head 10 times with an aluminum baseball bat. As a coverup, the boys lit their house on fire.

    Escambia County police observed Terry King’s body and determined his passing was not an accident. In their hearing, the boys admitted that they committed the offense because they didn't want to get punished for running away, even though he had never physically threatened them. Other reports allege the boys were coerced into a pedophilic relationship with their dad's friend Rick Chavis and wanted to get rid of their father so that they could move in with the now-convicted child molester. Florida courts sentenced Derek to eight years in prison and Alex to seven in a juvenile detention center.
     

  • Eric Smith Strangled And Beat A Four-Year-Old on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#13) Eric Smith Strangled And Beat A Four-Year-Old

    On August 2, 1993, 13-year-old Eric Smith led four-year-old Derrick Robbie into Steuben County woods as Robbie walked to a nearby summer camp. Smith strangled and sodomized the child with a tree limb before fatally dropping two large rocks on his head. Smith also arranged the body peculiarly, removing a shoe and pouring Kool-Aid from Robbie's lunch all over him.

    The state of New York tried Smith as an adult. Smith’s defense attorney presented  Smith’s diagnosis of intermittent explosive disorder (IED), which according to Psychology Today causes "individuals to act out violently and unpredictably." Despite this, the courts sentenced Eric nine years to life in prison. As of 2020, he's been denied parole ten times.
     

  • Denver Jarvis, Michael Bent, And Jesus Mendez Set Friend On Fire Over $40 on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#2) Denver Jarvis, Michael Bent, And Jesus Mendez Set Friend On Fire Over $40

    In 2009, authorities arrested five Florida teenagers for setting 15-year-old Michael Brewer on fire over a $40 video game-related debt. When Brewer couldn't pay up, Michael Bent took Brewer's father's bicycle and orchestrated an attack. The group held down Brewer while Denver Jarvis poured rubbing alcohol on him. Jesus Mendez pulled out a lighter and ignited the teen. The fire was so severe Brewer's clothes burned off his body as he desperately tried to stop, drop, and roll in the front yard. He eventually jumped into a pool to extinguish the flames but over 65 percent of his body was burned.

    Three of the five teens involved - Denver Jarvis and Michael Bent, both 15, and Jesus Mendez, 16 - were charged with attempted second-degree murder and tried as adults. Courts sentenced both Bent and Mendez to 11 years in prison for battery. Mendez also got 19 years of probation. Jarvis received a sentence of eight years in prison with 10 years of supervised community probation.
     

  • Brenda Spencer Opened Fire At An Elementary School on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#10) Brenda Spencer Opened Fire At An Elementary School

    San Diego teen Brenda Spencer lived across the street from Grover Cleveland Elementary School. On January 29, 1979, the 16-year-old sat in her window with a .22 rifle and opened fire. She lethally shot the principal and custodian as well as wounded eight children and an officer. Spencer cited her reason for the shooting spree as “I don’t like Mondays.” She later claimed to be under the influence of PCP and alcohol and insisted her attorney conspired to hide her drug test results.

    Spencer's incident was the first high-profile school shooting. California courts tried Spencer as an adult, and she pleaded guilty to two counts of murder and assault with a deadly weapon. She received a sentence of 25 years to life. The courts denied her parole four times, and her next eligibility is in 2019.
     

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