Hall also pleaded guilty to second-degree promoting contraband Wednesday and was sentenced to 10 days in jail by District Judge Earl-Ray Neal.
Home invasion case hearings postponed
The cases against two people accused in the Dec. 14 shooting death of 31-year-old Andrew David Ingram outside a home on Whitney Court in Winchester were continued in Clark District Court Wednesday.
Preliminary hearings were scheduled Wednesday for Percy Hargrove III, 26, of Georgetown, and Sheena Tipton, 26, of Clay City.
Hargrove is charged with murder for allegedly shooting Ingram, as well as first-degree burglary and tampering with physical evidence, and his former girlfriend, Tipton, is charged with complicity to commit murder and complicity to first-degree robbery for allegedly providing Hargrove with a map of Ingram’s residence prior to the shooting.
Both cases were continued to Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 1:30 p.m. because the lead attorney for the two was unable to be at the hearings due to a commitment in another court.
An attorney for Tipton asked Neal to consider lowering her $1 million cash bond to a $125,000 secured bond. Clark County Attorney Brian Thomas said that because of the severity of the charges, his office didn’t agree that the bond should be lowered. Neal agreed and ruled that the bond would remain at $1 million cash.
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