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UPDATE: Youngest Lookout Valley triple murder suspect has bond revoked

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Jacob Allison tearfully leaves the courtroom Monday. WRCBtv.com photo Jacob Allison tearfully leaves the courtroom Monday. WRCBtv.com photo
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UPDATE: The youngest suspect in the Lookout Valley triple murder had his bond revoked Monday morning by Judge Barry Steelman.

Jacob Allison, 16, was already out on bond in Hamilton County.

Sources tell Channel 3 he was on a trip to the beach last week when he took Alabama deputies on a high speed chase.

Allison pulled up to a driver's license checkpoint in Crenshaw County around 3 a.m. March 16.

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The deputy asked the teen for his license and Allison said he needed to pull over and find it in the car.

According to the affidavit, he then took off and almost hit a deputy.

Authorities say Allison then led deputies, troopers and a Luverne City police officer on a chase.

The chase ended in Montgomery County where a deputy used a spike strip to stop the car.

Allison and two other people were found inside the vehicle. One of the passengers admitted to owning a bag of marijuana which deputies found in the center console.

Allison was arrested for attempting to elude and also charged with reckless endangerment.

Allison appeared before Judge Steelman Monday morning. His bond was revoked and he'll be sent to Silverdale.

His attorney asked that he be placed in Silverdale and away from the other two defendants in the triple murder case who are currently in the Hamilton County Jail.

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