I wondered the same if more arrest(s) are coming. moo
I think they got it wrong too and it was fee agreement. Thats what I thought I heard. ETA it looks like they corrected this article.Then, in a stunning moment, his attorney announced a plea deal may be imminent.
“After yesterday, I have every reason to believe that we will have a signed plea agreement by the end of the week,” Pagan said.
He cautioned that he wanted to set up a court date for next week to update the court on the progress he plans to try to make with prosecutors.
The case will return to court on Tuesday, April 4, for a pretrial hearing.
- A forensic anthropology report indicates there were three or four sharp, blunt-force trauma wounds to Katelyn’s left wrist bone.
- The report also indicates her remains were found in a location different than where they originally were dumped.
- Prosecutors found and have copies of what Gmoser says are writings, some with Carter’s name on them, in a binder found when authorities recently searched his mother’s house where he https://www.fox19.com/2020/11/18/hopefully-we-will-have-justice-who-killed-katelyn-markham-17/was living at the time Katelyn vanished.
Reporter might have gotten this wrong. Might be a fee agreement not a plea agreement.
Wow! Those writings! I wonder why it took over 11 years to get probable cause to search the house. And this guy kept the writings!?!?! That is sick.They updated the article.
He requested a court date for next week, saying he expected to have a fee agreement in place by then to provide his legal defense.
Carter, 34, will now return to court for a pretrial hearing on Tuesday, April 4
Yeah. Over 11 years and all of a sudden, Abracadabra!, we have probable cause. Whoever did that trick should go down to Texas and perform their magic on the Missy Bevers and Elizabeth Barraza cases.I don't understand why it took so long to arrest Carter but then haven't followed the case for years. moo