Two of the three Bloomington teenagers, charged with murdering a homeless man, were back in court Friday on unrelated charges. County prosecutors Friday filed a petition to revoke Willie Chamber's probation from a year old burglary case now that he and two others have been charged with murder. Chambers is back in court August 27th to address the revocation of probation issue. Meantime, a codefendant, Anthony Davis-Dickson also appeared in court Friday on an unrelated case and he'll be back in court August 15th. Chambers along with 19 year old Tory Washington and Davis-Dickson are accused of beating Ronald Smith in O'Neil Park last month. He died of his injuries just days ago. The suspects also face charges stemming from incidents on the Constitution Trail last month.
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