Man accused of shooting boy in Westminster parking lot after alleged road rage encounter will face murder trial

This Friday, June 15, 2018, booking photo provided by the Westminster Police Department shows Jeremy Webster, who is the suspect in the shooting at 80th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard in Denver. Webster is been charged with first-degree murder, first-degree assault and attempt to commit a felony in a Colorado shooting. Police arrested Webster hours after the shooting that killed a 13-year-old boy and also wounded a bystander not related to the family. (Westminster Police Department via AP)

BRIGHTON |  A Colorado judge has ruled there is enough evidence to try a man charged with opening fire on a family, killing a teenage boy and wounding the boy’s mother, brother and another man.

Adams County Judge Don Quick made the decision Tuesday after a two-day hearing to review first-degree murder and other charges filed against Jeremy Webster.

Prosecutors argued that the June 14 shooting in the parking lot of a suburban Denver dentist office stemmed from road rage.

Vaughn Bigelow, Jr., who was 13, was killed. His mother and brother were seriously hurt but survived.

Webster has not entered a plea and remains in jail without bail.

During the hearing, his attorneys questioned police about evidence that Webster was being treated for mental illness at the time of the shooting.