UPDATE: Kameron Newsom, 20, has been charged in connection to this fatal shooting.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A teen accused of killing two people in Hickory Hill last month appeared in court Monday after being captured in Ohio.

Julius Black, 19, is facing two counts of first-degree murder, employment of a firearm with intent, and two attempted murder charges.

According to police, Black is responsible for the fatal shooting of two teens on Dec. 17.

A 17-year-old boy and 14-year-old girl were shot to death just after 1 a.m. on Kirby and Raines. Police say Black followed the victims in a stolen Dodge Charger for about a mile before the shooting.

“People doing stuff and don’t even know why. Senseless. Senseless hate. There is no reason at all my baby had to die,” the girl’s mother, Irene Douglass, said.

We spoke to Irene Douglass 11 days after her daughter Naterria Douglass was shot dead while simply riding in a car with her big brother.

On Dec. 20, Ohio Highway Patrol informed Memphis detectives they recovered the stolen Charger and arrested Black after a police chase in Van Hert, Ohio.

On Monday, he went before a Shelby County judge who ordered that he hire a lawyer and return to court Wednesday – at which time a preliminary hearing is set to be scheduled.

Another man identified as Kameron Newsom was with Black when he was captured in Ohio. At last check, Newsom is still not in custody here in Shelby County.

No bond has been set for Black at this time.