Cambridge Judge Rules In Attempted Murder Case

POSTED BY: George Hiotis
Thursday, June 13, 2002 - 04:50 AM
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A Guernsey county judge has ruled there is enough evidence in an attempted murder case to present the case to a grand jury. 19-year-old Michael Morris appeared in court this week. Judge John Mark Nicholson denied Morris' attorney's request for the case to be dismissed. Nicholson says there's enough evidence to establish probable cause in the case. Morris is charged with two counts of attempted murder with gun specifications in the shootings of Rebecca
Lewers and Crystal Mccalla at the Bucket Hill campground. His case will go before a grand jury before the end of June.
The girls were staying with the Morris family at the campground when Morris allegedly shot them after arguing with his mother.

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