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Preliminary hearings underway in Capone, Stone trials

Preliminary hearings underway in Capone, Stone trials

Preliminary hearings for two men who have been charged with murder in the disappearance of a 40-year-old Clarkston woman more than three years ago got underway today in Latah County Second District Court.

 

Charles Capone, 52, and David Stone, 49, have been charged with being a principal to murder in the 1st-degree, conspiracy to commit 1st-degree murder, failure to notify a coroner or law enforcement officer of a death, and conspiracy to commit failure to notify a coroner or law enforcement officer of a death.

 

High speed chase ends in Downtown Lewiston

High speed chase ends in Downtown Lewiston

A 25-year-old Peck man was taken into custody early this afternoon following a high-speed pursuit that started east of Lewiston and ended in downtown Lewiston. Speeds during the pursuit reached over 100 mph.

Suspected casino burglars will be tried together

Suspected casino burglars will be tried together

The two men accused of burglarizing Lancer Lanes and Casino in May will be tried together, according to the Asotin County Prosecutor's Office. A September 10th trial has been set for 27-year-old Troy Wilcoxon and 33-year-old James Nollette.

Forgery suspects change pleas following arraignment

Forgery suspects change pleas following arraignment

Change of plea hearings have been scheduled in Lewiston's Second District Court for a man and woman charged with multiple felonies in connection with forged checks.

Subject of three year drug investigation pleads guilty

Subject of three year drug investigation pleads guilty

A 38-year-old man who was the subject of a three year investigation involving the distribution and sale of illicit drugs in the Lewis-Clark Valley has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court.

Lewiston Woman Wanted for Food Stamp Fraud

Lewiston Woman Wanted for Food Stamp Fraud

A $15,000 bench warrant was recently issued in Lewiston's Second District Court for a 45-year-old Lewiston woman who failed to appear for sentencing on four felony counts of fraudulent use of Food Stamps.

According to Tom Shanahan with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the agency began investigating Tina Painter in February of 2012 after learning that she had been using a Food Stamp card that belonged to someone else who was incarcerated in the Nez Perce County Jail.

Third Arrest Made Following Rash of Vehicle Prowls

Third Arrest Made Following Rash of Vehicle Prowls

Clarkston Police are continuing their efforts in solving a rash of vehicle prowls. Today, they arrested a 21-year-old Clarkston man who is a suspect in several cases after he allegedly attempted to shoplift at Walmart.

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