Trial date set in alleged burglary of Holland High Lift
Submitted by Howard Owens on January 14, 2010 - 5:42pm
The attorney for an Oakfield man accused of burglary and larceny at Holland High Lift in Bethany withdrew a series of motions today and set his client's case for trial.
Unless a plea agreement is reached before Feb. 26, the case of Michael L. Jackson will go to trial April 19.
Jackson is accused of burglary 3rd, two counts of grand larceny 3rd, and two counts criminal mischief 2nd.
The case was set for a hearing today on Public Defender Gary Horton's motions to suppress Jackson's post arrest statements, but Horton withdrew those motions, according to Assistant District Attorney Will Zickl, and instead asked that a trial be scheduled.
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