Fraiji surrendered to police Oct. 22. He has been charged as an adult with similar offenses. He remains in jail and faces a Nov. 10 preliminary hearing.
Nasir also remains behind bars. His case is listed for a Dec. 2 status hearing in a courtroom that normally hears cases that the District Attorney's Office decides to bring before a grand jury at the preliminary-hearing level.
According to police, Fraiji and Nasir tried to rob a 22-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman in the park whom Fraiji knew.