MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The court has set a trial date for the man charged with gunning down standout Minneapolis North student-athlete Deshaun Hill.
Cody Fohrenkam is facing a charge of second-degree intentional murder for the February shooting, blocks from the North High campus.
Cody Logan Fohrenkam, , is charged with second-degree murder in the Feb. 9 shooting of Deshaun Hill.
The 29-year-old has a lengthy criminal history and remains in the Hennepin County Jail. He was in court for a virtual hearing Thursday.
The state has said it will seek an upward departure at sentencing should Fohrenkam be convicted, arguing that 15-year-old Hill was particularly vulnerable.
Deshaun Hill, a 15-year-old North High student who was shot and killed in February (FOX 9)
Hill was hobbling around in a walking boot because of a broken foot when Fohrenkam allegedly shot him in the head near a corner store in the middle of the day.
A trial has been scheduled for Oct. 3.