TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - The Ansley Rayborn case is being moved from Tallahassee to Live Oak according to the State Attorney's Office.
The office says they sent a letter to Governor Rick Scott asking for the case to be moved because the Grandfather of the 15 year-old driver in the car wreck that killed Rayborn worked for the State Attorney's Office.
The case is being transferred to the Suwannee County Office, but all proceedings will still take place in Leon county. Assistant state attorney, John Weed, who is now handling the case, says no court dates have been set yet and he is still reviewing documents.
Rayborn was 14 years-old when she was killed in February 7th wreck on Old Chemonie Road. According to court documents, Rayborn was one of 5 juveniles in the car at the time of the accident.
Court records show drugs and alcohol were found at the scene of the accident and that the 15 year-old driver was seen drinking and smoking marijuana at a party prior to the accident.