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Judge Changes Two Charges Against I-81 Teen Shooter

A Mifflinsburg teenager who's facing a dozen charges after shooting at a Pennsylvania State Trooper on Interstate-81 was in court Wednesday morning.
WHAG NEWS - A Mifflinsburg teenager who's facing a dozen charges after shooting at a Pennsylvania State Trooper on Interstate-81 was in court Wednesday morning. 

Sean Patrick Sellers, 16, was in the courtroom as a judge changed two counts against him. Court officials say two counts of attempted criminal homicide were dropped to one count, and two counts of attempted homicide of a law enforcement officer were dropped to one count. 

As we've reported, Sellers was driving erratically along I-81 in late January when he was pulled over. He then fired a round in the direction of the state trooper. 

Police say Sellers was also driving in a stolen vehicle. 

He's currently being held at the Franklin County Jail without bond. His next court appearance is scheduled for March 26, 2014. 
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