- Jordan Brown Case
Evaluation hearing scheduled for Jordan Brown
An evaluation hearing for Jordan Brown is scheduled for Nov. 2 at the Lawrence County Government Center. The 15-year-old was found responsible for the 2009 deaths of his father’s pregnant fiancée, Kenzie Marie Houk, and her unborn child.
Judge rules Jordan Brown must go to a juvenile facility in Kenzie Houk slaying
After 1,173 days in an Erie holding facility, Jordan Brown is headed to a juvenile facility for counseling and treatment. Lawrence County Judge John W. Hodge made that decision regarding the 14-year-old yesterday.
Jordan Brown's attorneys to appeal delinquency decision
An appeal is planned in the homicide case of Jordan Brown. Defense attorney Dennis Elisco confirmed Friday that an appeal will be made, claiming a lack of evidence.
Disposition of Jordan Brown case set for Friday
Another chapter of the Jordan Brown case is expected to be written next week. Lawrence County Judge John W. Hodge is scheduled to announce the disposition of the case on Friday. Proceedings are closed to the public because it is a juvenile court case.
News Video: Family, friends observe Kenzie Houk’s birthday
On Sunday, Kenzie Houk’s family and friends gathered at her grave at Parkside Cemetery in Shenango Township for an annual birthday party and balloon launch in her memory. She would have been 30 years old on Friday.
- Photo Gallery: Family marks Kenzie Houk's 30th birthday
Family, friends observe Kenzie Houk’s birthday
Kenzie Marie Houk would have been 30 years old on Friday. She died on Feb. 20, 2009, at the age of 26, shot in the back of the head as she lay in her bed. She was eight months pregnant. Her unborn son died with her.
Our Opinion: The case of Jordan Brown shows problems with law
After more than three years, the case of Jordan Brown has reached a conclusion. At least in part. While a judge determined last week that this now-14-year-old boy was responsible for two Lawrence County homicides in 2009, this story is far from over.
Teen ruled responsible for death of Kenzie Houk, baby
Friday the 13th will likely have significance forever for Jordan Brown, his family and friends. It is the day he was judged to be delinquent in the deaths of Kenzie Marie Houk, 26, and her unborn baby.
Photos, Video: Jordan Brown reaction
Jordan Brown is responsible for the deaths of Kenzie Marie Houk, 26, and her unborn baby. Lawrence County Judge John W. Hodge issued that decision Friday afternoon.
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