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Three Colorado teens appear in court charged with fatally throwing giant landscaping rock through windscreen of 20-year-old female driver’s car and then taking PHOTO as a sick memento




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Three teenage boys appeared in court Wednesday accused of killing a 20 year-old woman by hurling a rock through the windshield of her car, Your Content has learned.

Two other drivers suffered minor injuries in the incident, investigators say.

Nicholas ‘Mitch’ Karol-Chik, Joseph Koenig and Zachary Kwak, all 18, faced a judge in Jefferson County, Colorado, over the April 19 murder of Alexa Bartell, 20.

The trio have already been charged with crimes including first-degree murder – and now face additional counts of assault and attempted assault.

Those charges relate to other incidents of rocks being hurled at cars which prosecutors say they were responsible for too.  

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Karol-Chik, Koenig and Kwak sat next to each other in the dock – the first time they’ve seen each other since being arrested over the killing of Alexa, which saw a huge rock hurled through the windshield of her yellow Chevy Spark.

Former Denver prosecutor Craig Silverman was in court to watch proceedings, and suggested the case could well go to a full trial,‘according to PEOPLE.

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