Collier teenager sent to juvenile detention in mother's death
FOX 4 Staff
NAPLES, Fla. - Jonathan Rowles will go to a juvenile moderate risk program for the August 2010 death of his mother.
Rowles shot and killed his mother Kelly Ann in their home while he was handling the weapon.
In January a judge found Rowles guilty of manslaughter. Today that same judge sent the 15-year-old to the juvenile program for an undetermined amount of time.
Rowles had been living with his grandmother.
The sentencing is known as a disposition in juvenile courts.