“Gannon, when you get here, you’ll be able to truly tell what happened, and then I really hope I get a sincere apology from everybody,” Letecia said.
On March 13th, a Colorado Springs judge announced a trial date for Letecia starting March 20th.
“I am just excited for Gannon to come home, most importantly for him to see his family,” Letecia said.
Come the 20th, 54 days since Gannon first went missing; authorities announced they believe the remains of Gannon are in Florida. The court then adds new file charges against Letecia.
“My main thing is I would never want someone to think I would hurt Gannon,” Letecia said.
Since her arrest, Letecia has undergone multiple mental health evaluations. The judge for the case set a deadline for her mental health report to be done by this week. So far, those results have not been made public.
Stauch’s trial is set to begin at 9 in the morning tomorrow.
We have a comprehensive timeline on the entire Letecia Stauch murder case, beginning January 2020.
*Is it 9 o’clock yet? I’m getting itchy fingers.