Trial date set in death of elderly couple

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STOVER, Mo. (AP) _ A trial date has been set for a central Missouri man charged with killing an elderly couple in their home.

The Lake Sun Leader reports ( ) that 25-year-old Ronald James Blowers faces charges including second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the December 2012 deaths of 82-year-old Wayne L. Wells and 71-year-old and Mable I. Wells. They were found dead in their home in Ivy Bend, south of Stover.

His trial has been set to begin on Feb. 17, 2015. A pre-trial conference has been scheduled for Jan. 5.


    • rose

      BLACK AND B, Looks that way, I don’t recall anyone saying blacks were the only people that kill, guess I missed something. But the smock looks like close observation or suicide watch, I see them on a daily basis at work. Certainly not the usual jump suit, I am familiar with their apparel, most likely, you have a different name for it.

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