Two Detroit teenagers face a preliminary examination in the shooting death of an 84-year-old security guard outside a church where Bible study was taking place.
Fifteen-year-old Anthony Williams and 18-year-old Alandre Boone have been charged as adults with second-degree murder in Joseph Lewis' death May 9.
They're scheduled to appear in court Thursday for the start of a hearing on whether there's enough evidence to send them to trial.
Lewis was sitting in a car outside Victory Way Assembly Church of God in Christ when he was attacked. He was shot during a struggle. Police found Lewis' gun still in its holster.
Police say robbery may have been the motive.
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