16-Year-Old Florida Boy Will Not Get Bond After Murder

Amer Ejak, 16, will be facing first-degree murder as an adult after his move a juvenile detention facility into the county jail. We covered this murder in a previous blog post weeks ago, but to briefly go over the event, Ejak and Christopher Cox, 22, killed a 34 year old man after hitting him in the head with a whiskey bottle in his own apartment. The two hid the body in a closet and fled the scene. Ejak will not be allowed bond and will be held by the state in preparation of his trial. The victim’s parents attempted to contact their son for a few days before they notified police of his disappearance. Detectives searched the victim’s apartment after serving a search warrant and then found the dead body.


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