A Utah beauty pageant winner made her first court appearance on charges of tossing homemade bottle bombs from a vehicle.
The case of Kendra McKenzie Gill and three friends is on a fast-track for resolution because they have no criminal history, but things got off to a slow start Thursday.
The 18-year-olds waived a reading of charges in court and were ordered to reappear Sept. 26 for a scheduling conference.
One of Gill's lawyers says he hopes to get charges reduced. Wally Bugden says felony charges are inappropriate for a teenage prank that involved tossing plastic bottles filled with a toilet bowl cleaner.
Nobody was injured, and Bugden says they didn't throw the bottles directly at people.