Delay in Case of Killed Northern Idaho Police Officer
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — There are more delays in the case of an Idaho man who is charged in last month's fatal shooting of a Coeur d'Alene police officer. First District Magistrate Barry Watson said Friday he will reschedule the preliminary hearing for Jonathan Daniel Renfro for July 22. Renfro is charged in the shooting of Police Sgt. Greg Moore. The Spokesman-Review says the judge also pushed back to June 24 a hearing on several motions in the case. He had been scheduled to hear those motions Friday.
They include the prosecution's request to add a first-degree murder charge to the list of felonies Renfro is accused of, and another asking the judge to hold the 27-year-old Renfro without bail. The defendant now is being held in the county jail on $2 million bail.