WYOMING, Mich. -- The two teens accused of murdering 16-year-old Michael White appeared in court Wednesday for a probable cause hearing.
Quentin Schafer and Carlos Delgado, both 15, are charged as adults with open murder. The two waived their probable cause hearings and are scheduled to be back in court May 18.
A neighbor walking his dog found White dead Saturday morning on March 19 in Lions Park. He was a student at Wyoming High School junior.
According to probable cause documents, Delgado admitted to police to stabbing and beating the Wyoming teen. Bloody clothes were reportedly found at Delgado's home while police were executing a search warrant in the investigation.
Delgado also reportedly made incriminating statements on Facebook, according to the documents.
A weapon connected to the murder has been linked to Schafer, according to court documents. Witnesses told police they saw Schafer with White the night White was killed.