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Trial set for teen charged in Audra Brownell’s death


Audra Brownell was killed by a rock that was allegedly kicked off a cliff above her in Estes Park, Colorado.

A 16-year-old Texas teen pleaded not guilty last Friday, November 12, to manslaughter charges in the death of Cedar Springs high school student Audra Brownell.
Freddie Henderson Bailey III of Katy, Texas, allegedly kicked the rock that killed Brownell off the cliff above an open space in Estes Park, Colorado. Brownell was resting under the cliff last summer with members of her church youth group when she was hit by the rock.
Henderson’s jury trial will start February 1. If convicted, he could face two years in a juvenile facility.

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