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Suspect in Boy's Death Wants New Attorney

Suspect in Boy's Death Wants New Attorney



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(KSL News) The preliminary hearing for a man accused of killing a 10-year-old boy was postponed today.

It was postponed because Pedro Gaucin-Canales asked the judge for a new attorney.

He and Rebecca Hernandez-Velasco are charged with murder.

Suspect in Boy's Death Wants New Attorney

Prosecutors say the pair forced Josue Hernandez-Velasco into a vat of ice at The Melting Pot Restaurant last July. The boy died.

Both will be back in court in November.

Suspect in Boy's Death Wants New Attorney

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