Juvenile Sentenced to Juvenile Detention Center, For Help in May Shooting Death of Centralia Teen

The 15-year-old Centralia juvenile, who was charged with obstruction of justice in the May shooting death of Jaden Krauss, was sentenced on Monday for his role in a burglary that happened at the St. Mary’s Catholic School in Centralia.  The son of Nicole Kirgan, who is 15, was sentenced to a term at the juvenile detention center, not to exceed his 21st birthday on February 11th, 2019.  According to police, the teen broke multiple windows at the school, ransacked desk drawers, and stole money from a deposit bag.  The juvenile has been at the center since July 2nd, when he was arrested with his 13-year-old brother for their involvement in the shooting death of Krauss.