Liberty High School in Louisville, KY was where a young teens body was found back in May 2011. Photo via Jefferson County Schools.
Back in May 2011, a 14-year-old boy’s body (Trey Zwicker) was found behind Liberty High School in Louisville, KY. One of the suspects is a 15-year-old boy, who was arrested 43 days after the body was found. The case has been further held up in juvenile court for the past few months.
According to WLKY News, a judge announced today that the case will be moved from a juvenile courtroom to a circuit court to be presented to a grand jury for possible indictment as an adult. Family members of the slain boy believe the case will be forwarded to the grand jury in November.
Josh Gouker, the ex-boyfriend of the victim’s mother, was released from the Kentucky Department of Correction in error earlier this week because of a miscommunication between two jurisdictions. There is a warrant for Gouker’s arrest for theft, resisting arrest and false information in Floyd County, Ind.; domestic violence charges in Louisville; and kidnapping and gun possession charges in Alabama.
Gouker’s son has been charged in Zwicker’s murder.
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