Mountain Home radio station KTLO reports that Rhonda Clark’s trial has been tentatively rescheduled for Oct. 8. She’s charged in the November 2010 death of 43-year-old Antonio Sanchez III.
Police say Sanchez was found dead on Thanksgiving. Authorities say an autopsy showed he was shot twice with a .22-caliber rifle — once in the head and once in the back.
Police say Clark told her coworkers that Sanchez had committed suicide.
Clark’s attorney is asking a judge to throw out statements Clark made during police interviews. Judge John Putnam did not rule on the request Thursday and requested legal briefs from both sides before making a decision.