A visiting judge ordered that two teens accused of kidnapping and rape to remain in the Jefferson County Juvenile Detention Center.
A probable cause hearing for the suspects was continued this morning. It will now be held Oct. 12.
The two suspects are Steubenville High student-athletes. The teens, both 16, were charged in August in connection with alleged kidnapping and rape of another minor. One teen is facing an additional charge of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material.
The charges stem from a police report that was filed in Steubenville on Aug. 14. The report states that people came to the police station "in regards to a sexual assault involving their juvenile daughter." Information was taken for a report and the subjects were referred to the Juvenile Division, the police report stated.
Since the state filed the motion for a discretionary bind-over, a probable cause hearing is the next step in the case.
Judge Thomas Lipps, of Hamilton County, Ohio, is presiding. Lipps spent 37 years as a juvenile court employee, 12 of those years as a judge.
The two special prosecutors, Jennifer Brumby and Marianne Hemmeter, are with the Ohio Attorney General's Office.