The teenage armed robber convicted of murder in the Jerome Ersland Pharmacy robbery goes back before a judge on Thursday.
Jevontai Ingram didn't say much as he appeared via video for his arraignment. He did acknowledge the judge and thank him after being told why he was in jail on a $2,000 bond.
Ingram was arrested Tuesday on a complaint of destruction of property for allegedly vandalizing his mother's car.
Because of the parole violation, there is a possibility he could now be sent to prison for life.