Michigan teens charged in rock-throwing death were playing 'dinging' game
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Kenneth White, 32, was killed when one of the rocks was thrown from an overpass in Genesee County, crashing through a windshield and hitting him in the chest.

via WXYZ:

DETROIT -- (WXYZ) -- Sources tell 7 Action News that the five teens facing charges in the I-75 rock-throwing death were playing a game.

The game, we're told, is called "dinging" and the teens were doing it to hear the rocks ding off the cars, making different sounds.

Kenneth White, 32, was killed when one of the rocks was thrown from an overpass in Genesee County, crashing through a windshield and hitting him in the chest.

Alexander Miller, 15, Mark Sekelsky, 16, Mikadyn Payne, 16, Trevor Grey, 15 and Kyle Angler, 17, are all charged with second-degree murder in Kenneth White's death. Angler is allegedly the one who threw the rock. They are also charged with six counts of felony malicious destruction of property and two counts of misdemeanor malicious destruction of property.

Four cars hit the rocks of the road, but one rock crashed through the windshield of the van Kenneth White was riding in.

The sheriff and prosecutor say the teens also threw a tire off another overpass before throwing a total of 20 rocks, one that was 20 pounds heavy. When they were done, they went to a McDonald's.

All five of the teens were arraigned on Tuesday morning in Flint court. They are being held without bond.

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