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15-YEAR-OLD INVOLVED IN NASHVILLE SHOOTING HAS COURT DATE CHANGED

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A 15-year-old who was implicated along with an adult male in the shooting of a Nashville gas station clerk earlier this year, has had her court date changed. Trinity Quinn of Dayton was expected to be in court Thursday, but she will now go before a judge in November. She, along with Daniel Clark, is charged in the shooting death of John Stevens while the couple, who were on the run, were at a Nashville Exxon station. The decision on whether or not Quinn will be tried as an adult in the incident will be continued until November 22.


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