A trial date in mid-November was set yesterday for three men charged in a shooting last month at Randallstown High School.
Antonio R. Jackson, 21, of Owings Mills, Tyrone Devon Brown, 23, of Baltimore and Matthew Timothy McCullough, 17, of Randallstown are scheduled to go on trial Nov. 15 in Baltimore County Circuit Court.
Attorneys for Jackson and McCullough said they plan to ask a judge to allow their clients to be tried separately, but prosecutors said they intend to try all three co-defendants together. Efforts to reach Brown's attorney were unsuccessful yesterday.
The men are accused in the May 7 shooting after school in the parking lot after a charity basketball game. Four students were wounded in the gunfire, one seriously.
Baltimore County Deputy State's Attorney Stephen Bailey said yesterday he expects the trial to last about a week and a half. He and Assistant State's Attorney S. Ann Brobst will prosecute the case.
Jackson, Brown and McCullough have been indicted on several counts of attempted first-degree murder, as well as assault and handgun charges.
Charges against a fourth man, a former Randallstown student, were dropped this month because of a lack of evidence.