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Court Dates Rescheduled for Teens in Carjacking Case

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Junia McDonald Junia McDonald
Jackeline H. Perez Jackeline H. Perez

GEORGETOWN, Del.- Court appearances for two teens accused of carjacking and kidnapping an 89-year-old Sussex County woman back in March have been rescheduled.

Delaware State Police said 14-year-old Junia McDonald and 15-year-old Jackeline H. Perez, both of Milford, are accused of robbing Margaret E. Smith of Lincoln of $800 and then locking her inside the trunk of her car for two days.

McDonald and Perez face several charges, including first-degree robbery, first-degree carjacking and second-degree kidnapping. They are scheduled to return to Delaware Superior Court in Georgetown on July 18. 

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