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Phillip Cape trial for attempted murder in Circuit Court today

UPDATE (2011-06-06: 3:06pmCT: The trial was continued late Friday afternoon, June 3, 2011. At the 2:45pmCT, when an inquiry was made a new trial date had not been set. The story below was based on information on the Kentucky Court of Justice website.
Phillip Case case stems from incidents which occurred October 3, 2010, at approximately 2:15pmCT in the Cundiff Community on Melson Ridge in South Adair County, KY. Click to earlier story: A stolen pickup; assault with vehicle; gunfire returned on Melson Ridge

There is a heavy docket in the Adair County Judicial Center this morning, with the jury trial of Phillip Dale Cape scheduled as the second case of the morning, in Adair Circuit Court. The Monday, June 6, 2011 session starting at 9amCT.

Cape faces multiple charges of attempted murder, assault, 1st degree (2 counts); criminal mischief, 1st degree; theft by unlawful taking/disposition-auto, operating motor vehicle under/influence alcohol/drugs, .08, aggravator, second offense; driving DUI suspended license - 1st offense, aggravator; resisting arrest, and menacing.

There are 79 cases scheduled for Adair District Court this morning.




This story was posted on 2011-06-06 05:05:57
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