LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Two teens connected to the May 2016 shooting at the Kentucky Derby Pegasus Parade were in court on Friday.
Jeremiah Carter and Deshawn Johnson were scheduled for a suppression hearing, but prosecutors asked for a continuance based on weather concerns.
The new date for the hearing is March 15.
Jermiah Carter and Deshawn Johnson both face multiple charges related to the shootings. Each suspect has been wanton endangerment, two counts of felony assault, fleeing or evading police and receiving stolen property, among other charges.
Carter is in police custody.
The trial for both Carter and Johnson is scheduled for May 8, with May 22 as a fallback date.