Preliminary Hearing Wednesday in Tre'veon Marshall Murder Case
COLUMBIA - Wednesday, Boone County prosecutors continue their case against of one of the three people connected to the murder of Tre'veon Marshall.
Kimberly Huett-Linzie is scheduled to be in court Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. for a preliminary hearing.
A judge will look at whether the prosecutor has enough evidence for a trial. Huett-Linzie is charged with hindering prosecution, which is a felony and has a maximum sentence of four years.
According to the probable cause statement, Huett-Linzie was with a pair of men already charged for Marshall's murder. Prosecutors say Huett-Linzie drove Joshua Murray and Nicholas Thomas to Columbia's Mckee Park last July, where Marshal was killed. The statement says the three were angry at Marshall because he was friends with Lamar Mayfield, who killed their friend, Bryan Rankin, in April 2012.
Preliminary hearings are often rescheduled and last minute continuances granted, however, Huett-Linzie's hearing has already been rescheduled before.