Teen accused in Olathe East High School shooting attends court hearing
JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. (KCTV) - The teen accused of shooting a school resource officer at Olathe East High School attended a court hearing virtually today.
Jaylon Elmore attended a scheduling conferencing. He is facing attempted capital murder charges.
He is booked on a $1 million bond.
His next appearance is scheduled for mid-August; he will have to appear in person.
Aug. 17 update: Elmore’s scheduling conference has been moved to the afternoon of Sept. 26.
Stay with KCTV5 News for any updates.
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