The two men charged with homicide by vehicle after a crash that killed a Theodore High school graduate stood before a judge today for a bond hearing.

While both suspects, Yaderik Madera and Logan Woodruff stood before a judge Thursday, only one actually got a bond.

Logan Woodruff's bond was set at $3,000, according to the Mobile County District Attorney's Office.

Yaderik Madera has no bond right now. The DA's office said he must see a judge next week for a probation hold.

The tragic accident happened last Friday on Schillinger Road. Police said Madera was driving the car that hit 18-year-old Devinee Rooney.

Rooney was set to graduate from Theodore High School this week.

Detectives said two other vehicles were involved in the wreck. One of those vehicles was a truck driven by Woodruff.

It's still unclear what led up to the crash. We hope to learn more as court proceedings continue.

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Toi Thornton is a Reporter. His Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism comes from Dillard University in 2014 and his Master's degree in New Media Journalism from Full Sail University in 2016. He previously worked as the Fox anchor in Lafayette, LA.

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