Palos Verdes High School student accused of murder will not return to class

- A senior at Palos Verdes High School who is facing murder charges will not return to campus for the remainder of the school year.

Some parents at the high school were outraged that the 18 year old accused of murder had been allowed to return to classes while awaiting trial and out free on bail.

The school's principal says that Cameron Terrell's parents have agreed to have him at an off site setting. 

Police say Terrell was driving the get away car for two juvenile suspects- one of whom is the trigger man who allegedly shot and killed 21-year-old Justin Holmes on October 1 in South LA.

Terrell is the only child of affluent parents who bailed him out on October 19 at which point he returned to school.

District administrators say the education code allows for Terrell to receive a public education, but that argument does not sit well with some parents.
We reached out to Terrell’s lawyer, but haven’t heard back. He’s due in court later this month 

Copyright 2017 FOX 11 Los Angeles : Download our mobile app for breaking news alerts or to watch FOX 11 News | Follow us on FacebookTwitter , Instagram and YouTube.

Up Next:

  • Popular

  • Recent

Stories You May Be Interested In – includes Advertiser Stories