July 25, 2012 8:38 AM
Families Fear Worst After Missing Teen’s Car Found Abandoned In Detroit
Last edited by summer_breeze; 07-28-2012 at 07:07 AM.
Posted: 4:48 PM
Last Updated: 23 minutes ago
By: Tara Edwards
WESTLAND (WXYZ) - 17 year old Jourdan Bobbish and 18 year old Jacob Kudla have been missing since Sunday.
JULY 25, 2012 AT 5:37 PM
By Tom Greenwood and George Hunter
The Detroit News
Detroit— The hunt for two missing Westland teenagers last seen in Detroit has taken a number of twists and turns Wednesday with reports of gunfire and the recovery of a walking cane belonging to one of the teens.
July 26, 2012 6:19 AM
WESTLAND (WWJ) -Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a $25,000 reward for tips that would bring the safe return of 18-year-old Jake Kudla and 17-year-old Jourdan Bobbish.
Those poor kids I am so sorry to see this. R.I.P.
R.I.P. Jacob and Jourdan
May justice be found swiftly on whomever took your young lives.
This is where Sky belongs!! Proud member of the Sky Crew & proud supporter of Solomon's quest to find his precious son!
Published 08:49 a.m., Saturday, July 28, 2012
Short article at link
My heart goes out to the families of these two young men. May God bless them in their grief.
Rest in peace, Jacob and Jourdan.
A hearing will resume Monday to decide whether two men will stand trial for first-degree murder in the killing of two suburban Detroit teens in 2012.
The bodies of 17-year-old Jourdan Bobbish and 18-year-old Jacob Kudla were found in a field on Detroit's east side. The Westland residents had been missing for five days.
A probable cause hearing began Wednesday for Fredrick Young of Detroit and Ferlando Hunter of Jackson. Detroit District Judge Michael Wagner will decide whether to send the case to trial in Wayne County Circuit Court.
The first witness, Brandon Hall, testified that he was at a friend’s home on Algonac the night of July 22 when his cousin Young, nicknamed Lock, and Hunter, known as Lando, arrived.
Through sometimes claiming to not remember details of a night two years ago, Hall provided an account of the defendants arriving at the home uninvited, followed a short time later by “two white boys.”
Hall’s memory was refreshed with a statement made to police in April recounting Young and Hunter robbing the Westland teens at gunpoint and forcing them to strip to their underwear before taking them outside into the trunk of a car.
A Detroit judge has ordered two men to trial on first-degree murder charges in the drug-related killing of two suburban Detroit teens in 2012...
On Wednesday, District Judge Michael Wagner ruled that there's enough evidence to try 25-year-old Fredrick K. Young of Detroit and 23-year-old Ferlando D. Hunter of Jackson.
The Young and Hunter are scheduled to appear in Wayne County Circuit Court for arraignment July 23.
Two men are expected to be arraigned ahead of their trial in the drug-related killing of two suburban teens whose bodies were found in an eastside Detroit field...
Less than two weeks later, 62-year-old John Villneff was shot to death during a home invasion on Detroit’s west side.
The Wayne County prosecutor’s office says Hunter was sentenced in March to life in prison for Villneff’s murder. Young also faces sentencing Wednesday for home invasion in that case.
Jury selection is underway in the trial of two men charged in the drug-related killings of two Westland teens in 2012.
Fredrick K. Young, 25, and Felando D. Hunter, 23, are accused of robbing, torturing, imprisoning and killing Jacob Kudla, 18, and Jourdan Bobbish, 17.
Walking within about 10 feet, Kokenos said he saw the bodies and then ran back to their truck to call 911. Due to the decomposition, he said he thought the bodies were two black males. Kudla and Bobbish were both white. The teens were identified by dental records.
"It looked like they had been shot on their knees and fell forward on their faces," said Kokenos, who got out of the witness stand to demonstration the position of the bodies...
"Basically, it looked like an execution," said Hart, who was the officer in charge of the crime scene. "They were on their knees and slumped over. It was a very overgrown area. It is very desolate. There is no house or business with a line of sight to the scene."