YDC teen trial expected later this summer

Michael Everidge appears at a bond hearing.

A teenager accused of killing a fellow inmate at the Augusta Youth Development Campus could go to trial in September on charges of felony and malice murder.

That was the extent of a brief status conference Friday in the case of Michael Everidge, who was indicted in February in connection with November’s death of Jade Holder, 19.

Assistant District Attorney Keith Johnson and Everidge’s attorney, Katrell Nash, said they were still in the discovery phase and expected they could be ready for trial at the end of summer.

Everidge remains in custody pending trial.

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