Wednesday News Update (1-17)
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TRIAL PUSHED BACK
New evidence could mean a delay in the Savanna Greywind murder trial.
Suspect William Hoehn was in court Tuesday.
The prosecution says the FBI will soon release "the majority of evidence" coming from lab results.
Things could also change because of co-defendant Brooke Crews' sentencing trial on February 2nd.
Now, Hoehn's attorney and the state agree his originally scheduled March 20th trial is too soon.
They've agreed to a February pre-trial to submit questionnaires for a fair jury selection.
The state prosecutor says, altogether, time is needed for justice.
They have not released a date yet for Hoehn's trial or pre-trial.
ROBBERY SUSPECT PICTURES RELEASED
Grand Forks Police want businesses to review surveillance video from last Friday morning to see if a certain man shows up.
They think that's when he, or somebody who matches his description, walked into the Valley Dairy on South Columbia Road, flashed a knife at the clerk, stole cash and ran.
They think he may have made additional stops at other businesses around the area that morning.
Investigators say they're especially interested in footage from grocery stores and gas stations.
A Wahpeton Elementary School teacher is on unpaid suspension.
Kerry Hample, a music teacher at Wahpeton Elementary, is on suspension after alleged insubordination.
The district's superintendent would not elaborate on the insubordination, or if Hample will be fired.
The district's attorney was not available for comment.
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