Discussion in '1990's Missing' started by findcarrie, Aug 9, 2004.
Preliminary hearing set for suspect in 1999 Welch murders
got a google alert but can not access this article.
Busick murder trial legal process continued - Victims' families still waiting for answers
a 10% synopsis would be nice - if there is anything "new" in this article!
Craig County District Court Special Judge Rebecca Gore continued Ronnie Dean Busick’s case again until 9 a.m. on Sept. 14 on the Preliminary Hearing Docket in the next step in the legal process to set a preliminary hearing in the case.
Dressed in deep blue jail clothing, Busick shuffled into the courtroom last Friday slowly, using a cane to walk. During this court hearing, Busick was seated with other inmates in the jury box during his appearance.
Busick searched the courtroom with his eyes, saw the Bible and Freeman family members present, and took in a deep breath while waiting for the court proceedings to begin.
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At one point it appeared Busick asked another inmate to shield him from being videoed from a television reporter aiming a camera at him through the courtroom door window.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and Craig County Sheriff’s Office investigators continue to follow any new leads and ask anyone with any further information of the crimes to come forward. A $50,000 reward is offered for information that may help solve the crimes.
Well none of those articles you sloane7777 are showing up for me. I'm guessing it's the miamiok.com.
But at least I have a date for the next hearing.
Busick, 66, of Wichita, Kansas, is facing four counts of first degree murder, first degree arson, and kidnapping charges for the 1999 disappearance and murders of Lauria Bible, Ashley Freeman.
VINITA – They wait, and wait and wait. Waiting is something the families of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman are wishing would end, but their families and friends say they will never stop their pursuit for answers and justice.
On Friday, July 13, Craig County District Court Special Judge Rebecca Gore continued Ronnie Dean Busick’s case again until 9 a.m. on Sept. 14 on the Preliminary Hearing Docket in the next step in the legal process to set a preliminary hearing in the case.
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Thank you msmag!
Ronnie Dean Busick faces four counts of first-degree murder, first-degree arson and kidnapping charges for the 1999 disappearance and murders of 16-year-olds Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman, and the murders of Ashley's parents Danny and Kathy Freeman.
Busick is the lone surviving suspect in the long-running case. Two other men suspected to be involved in the case, Warren Welch and David Pennington, died in 2007 and 2015 respectively.
A Craig County district judge has postponed Ronnie Dean Busick's case until September in the next step to schedule a preliminary hearing.
Man's murder trial for 1999 Oklahoma case continued