Saturday, July 22, 2000

Teen indicted in couple's beating

        A Millvale teen-ager will face up to 62 years in prison if he is convicted of taking part in the beating of an elderly couple.

        Julian James, 16, was indicted Friday on charges of attempted murder, felonious assault and aggravated robbery. Prosecutors say he was the gunman in the May 21 robbery of the Beekman Carryout on Beekman Street.

        They say he and two other juveniles robbed the store and attacked the owners, Randy and Mija Kim. Mr. Kim was severely beaten with a baseball bat and Mrs. Kim was shot in the arm.

        The robbery was captured on the store's security cameras.

        The other two defendants, ages 17 and 13, will remain in juvenile court. Mr. James will stand trial in adult court.


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