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Bond remains at $1 million for 20-year-old indicted on murder charge

Dylan Monroe's family and friends are sending a message as one of the people charged in his death faces a judge.

A murder victim's loved ones are demanding "Justice for Dylan."

Dylan Monroe's family and friends are sending a message as one of the people charged in his death faces a judge.

“We want everybody to know that Dylan was a person,” sister Jaycee Monroe said. “Everybody cares about him. He's a person he has friends, he has family, and we're all here to support and show how many people really do care about him.”

The group attended Wednesday's arraignment of 20-year-old Logan Cain, who was recently indicted on charges of murder, aggravated robbery, and tampering with evidence in last month's fatal shooting in Toronto.

Cain is not accused of pulling the trigger.

Cain entered not guilty pleas, and bond will remain at $1 million.

Two teenagers have also been charged in the case.

“We are still waiting on the juvenile suspects to make their way through juvenile court,” Jefferson County Prosecutor Jane Hanlin said. “They have to have a hearing to determine if they are amenable to rehabilitation in the juvenile system. If they're not, and they're bound over as adults, we'll consolidate all three of these cases.”

To Dylan's loved ones, having the suspects tried as adults would be justice.

Now it's just a matter of letting the justice system play out.

“It's obviously a heartbreaking case, because the victim in this case is so young, and the defendants in this case are very young, but it's a very violent crime and there's just no excuse for it,” Hanlin said.

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