Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois (AP) — A professional skateboarder featured in a music video by Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams was detained unrestrained on Tuesday after being charged with first-class murder for the death of a man outside Chicago. I was ordered to be.
Terry Kennedy 36 in Long Beach, California was ordered to be detained without bail while hiring a lawyer. The hearing will resume on Monday, said a law firm in DuPage County.
Prosecutors said Kennedy hit Wheaton’s 23-year-old Josiah Casahun in the head and kicked his torso at a hotel in Oakbrook Terrace on July 27. Kasahun was injured and died on the weekend. Autopsy revealed that he died of a blunt head injury.
Kennedy is known for appearing in music videos, video games, and television shows such as “Viva La Bam” and “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory.”
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Professional skateboarder faces murder in the suburbs of Chicago | Entertainment
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