FLINT, MI – During a press conference today, Monday October 23rd, 2017, Genesee County Prosecutor David S. Leyton and Genesee County Sheriff Robert J. Pickell announced that five teens are facing second degree murder charges after a man was killed when rocks were thrown onto I-75 from the Dodge Road overpass last Wednesday evening, October 18th.
Charged are Kyle Anger, 17-years-old, Alexander Miller, 15-years-old, Mark Sekelsky, 16-years-old, Mikadyn Payne, 16-years-old and Trevor Gray, 15-years-old. They are all being charged as adults. All five are from Clio.
Kyle Anger, the oldest of the five, is believed to be the one who threw the boulder that struck and killed Kenneth White.
On Wednesday October 18th, 2017, at approximately 8:30pm, Kenneth White, 32-years-old, of Mt. Morris, was riding in the passenger seat of a van on his way home from a work trip to Au Gres. White and his co-workers in the van were heading south bound on I-75, when a large rock was thrown from the Dodge Road overpass. That large boulder slammed through the windshield of the van, critically injuring him. Kenneth White was transported to a local area hospital where he later died due to his injuries.
Other charges that are being leveled at the teens include six counts of felony malicious destruction of property and two counts misdemeanor malicious destruction of property after four other vehicles sustained damage.
A Go Fund Me account has been established to assist the family with funeral expenses for Kenneth White. He was the father of a 5-year-old little boy. If you would like to contribute to that fund, please Click Here.
Anyone with information concerning this crime is asked to call the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office at 810-257-3422. People who want to remain anonymous can also visit P3tips.com or call 1-800-422-JAIL.