(WEST CHESTER, OH) --
Update: March 12, 2 p.m.:
A judge has denied a motion to dismiss charges against two juveniles for their role in a backyard explosion that killed their friend.
The judge also removed a no contact order, meaning the juveniles may now have contact with one another.
They will be in court again on April 22.
A third teen invovled in the case, Robert Moser, had his charges dropped last month.
Two juveniles who were involved in an explosion that killed a friend of theirs were in court on Thursday.
The teens did not enter a plea and the judge set a pretrial for March 12.
They were ordered under house arrest, which means they can only leave the house under parental supervision.
Daniel Ferraro, 19, was killed in that explosion when the teens were trying to blow up a fort in a backyard.