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Teen bound over in double-murder case

The second of five teens accused of helping to plan the killings of Uwe and Stefan Rushing earlier this year was bound over for trial following a hearing in district court Tuesday.

Comanche County Detention Center employees escorted 18-year-old Timothy Delahoy from the county jail to wait outside Comanche County Special District Court Judge Ken Harris' courtroom Tuesday afternoon for an unscheduled hearing, but because Delahoy's attorney was arguing a case with another client at the time, the teen was brought back around 4:30 p.m. Records show Delahoy waived his preliminary hearing and was bound overon two counts of conspiracy to commit murder and two counts of accessory to murder for his alleged role in the Jan. 20 killings, which are alleged to have been planned by the victims' son and brother, Thorsten Rushing, 18. 

Two of the five defendants, Delahoy and Cody Davis, are accused of waiting outside the Rushing home for Thorsten Rushing to finish the deed the evening of Jan. 17, but the attack was postponed when Uwe Rushing caught Davis at the back door, according to court documents.

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