DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — The man charged with murdering two New Brockton High School students in a crash last July is now set to face a grand jury.
Court documents say Anthony Miguel Bishop, 55, waived his right to a preliminary hearing, pushing the case to the grand jury for deliberation.
Bishop was charged with two counts of murder after he rammed his F-150 into the back of a Nissan Altima carrying four students, according to the Alabama Highway Patrol. This ended up killing 15-year-old Paula Perdue and 17-year-old A.J. Riley.