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Carmel Teen Sentenced In Friends' Death

Last updated on Thursday, August 19, 2010

(CARMEL, IN) - A Carmel teen who led police on a chase in April that killed two of his friends has been sentenced.

The 15-year old admitted to two counts of resisting law enforcement causing death in juvenile court.

His sentence is one year probation, 100 hours of community service and will not be able to receive his driver's license until the age of 18.

15-year-old's Jordan Moss and Jordan Poirer were killed after the car crashed into a utility pole April 9th in Hamilton County.

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