An 18-year-old is being held without bail in the carjacking of a central Florida mayor.
WFTV reports that a judge Sunday ordered that Jermine Jacques Horne remain in the Seminole County jail.
Horne faces charges of armed carjacking, aggravated assault and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He was arrested along with a 17-year-old for the carjacking early Saturday. Authorities are searching for a third suspect.
Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett told the news station that one teen shoved a gun into his mouth and another pointed a gun at his ear. He says they took his keys, wallet and SUV, which police say they crashed into a ditch.
Triplett says it was ``just a random act of violence.''
Jail records didn't show whether Horne had an attorney.