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If convicted, he faces at least 15 years in prison.
The lawsuit, announced in July, was dismissed, resolving the case.
The court ordered the restoration of $334,700 to the budget of the state’s appellate courts.
They want to view the audio and video from the encounter for their own investigation.
No one was injured, but the man did shoot into the ceiling in the robberies.
The high infection rate prompted the push to the right.
Felony trials will recommence in January, as currently scheduled.
A trial is scheduled for January.
The suspect was arrested peacefully and goods recovered.
The regional organization has members from a number of law enforcement agencies.
Soon, the courts will gain access to several national crime databases.
The JPD meets many standards protesters want already, chief says
Police department’s top brass says no for now, citing legal concerns.
The suspect was charged with 17 separate offenses, including drug and firearm charges.
Roughly $10,000 in merchandise was stolen.
The damages totalled about $16,000.
The case is the first of its kind in the U.S.
Officers seized $9,000 and pills.
No one injured, and police say the threat appears to have been false.
The Department of Corrections wants to make 40,000 masks by next week.