Teen accused of shooting, killing 6-year-old pleads not guilty
BATON ROUGE - A 13-year-old accused of murdering a 6-year-old has pleaded guilty to lesser charges.
Jesavrie Bell appeared in a Baton Rouge court Monday morning where he pleaded guilty to negligent homicide.
The teen is accused of shooting 6-year-old Jahiem Holliday while playing with a group of children in their neighborhood in November.
Bell told police he was playing with a gun he found inside his uncle's home when he accidentally fired it and killed Holliday.
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