A Campbellsport teen accused of shooting a seven-year-old girl in the back with an arrow could be tried as an adult. A hearing will be held August 1st to determine if the 16-year-old boy will be moved out of the juvenile court system.
If he remains at the juvenile court level and is found guilty of reckless injury and obstruction charges, Fond du Lac County District Attorney Dan Kaminsky says the boy faces a maximum of two year at Lincoln Hills. However, Kaminsky says the teen is also looking at tens of thousands of dollars in restitution for the accident that injured Aryanna Schneeberg last month and argues he would get more supervision in the adult system.
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Kaminsky says the boy is nearing the age for being tried as an adult, but a judge could go either way during a hearing in August.
The teen is being allowed to leave shelter care and go home with his mother. He has also been placed on GPS monitoring.
Bob Nelson, KFIZ