CANYON CITY, Oregon — Grant County prosecutors want to try a 14-year-old boy as an adult on charges of killing his foster father and another man at a hunting cabin in the Blue Mountains of northeastern Oregon.
Court records show a hearing on the motion is to start Sept. 8 in Canyon City. Three weeks has been set aside for it.
The Associated Press hasn't named the teenager because of his age. He has been charged with two juvenile counts of aggravated murder.
He is accused of shooting Michael Piete and Piete's uncle, Kenneth Gilliland, last October at a hunting cabin outside Granite. Authorities haven't described a motive.