Judge Ann Ryan heard it would be alleged the victim had been crossing the bridge when the teenager and another male approached. The teen is alleged to have stolen a phone from the man who gave chase. He was then knocked to the ground and got kicked. Judge Ryan heard the man suffered "a swollen nose and a cut to his eye".
Judge Ryan refused jurisdiction and sent the case to the Circuit Court. The boy was remanded in custody and will be served with a book of evidence next month.
Two dead in college gunfire
TWO people have been shot dead and a teenager wounded in the car park of a community college in Kentucky.
A police dispatcher said the shooting happened yesterday afternoon at Hazard Community & Technical college in Hazard.
The dispatcher said the injured teenager was being taken to the University of Kentucky hospital.
Conor Duff, the college's evening co-ordinator, said the shootings happened at about 4.30pm.
Pope sees US defence boss
US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta is expected to meet Pope Benedict XVI tomorrow at the Vatican.
Panetta, a staunch Catholic and Italian-American, is in Rome as part of a weeklong swing across Europe meeting with defence ministers to talk about ongoing conflicts in Afghanistan and Mali.
Shankly is novel subject
THE author of an award-winning fictional account of Brian Clough's ill-fated stint at Leeds United is writing a new novel about another footballing legend -- Liverpool manager Bill Shankly.
David Peace, whose The Damned United was made into a film, will publish Red Or Dead in August.
He said: "Bill Shankly was not just a great football manager, Bill Shankly was one of the greatest men who ever lived."