A teenager charged in the death of a fellow inmate at the Augusta Youth Development Campus will remain in jail after his bond hearing was delayed for the second time Friday.
Attorney Charles Lyons said in court that he will represent Michael Everidge, 17, but is not prepared to state his case for bond. After Assistant District Attorney Adam King said he had no issue with a continuance, Superior Court Judge Bernard Mulherin postponed the bond hearing.
Everidge is charged with murder in connection with the Nov. 8 death of Jade Holder, 19. He was originally scheduled for a Nov. 18 bond hearing. He was not taken to the courthouse, so the bond hearing was rescheduled for Friday.
His mother, Keiondra Everidge, declined to comment Friday.