Convicted juvenile murderer set free
Law: juvenile murder convict held til 23
Last Updated: 226 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Travale Chance Carlson was released from Lerdo Jail for murder charges received nearly nine years ago on Tuesday, Oct. 9.
Carlson was 13-years-old when he took part in the killing of a woman in her downtown Bakersfield apartment. Reports said that the juvenile stabbed and suffocated the woman with a plastic bag.
Due to charges in laws regarding juvenile offenders, a juvenile murder convict can only be held until they are 23-years-old.
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