Idaho man denies killing fiancee, trial set for July

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IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — A 39-year-old man accused of strangling his fiancee and burying her beneath their Bonneville county home is denying he's responsible for her death.

The Post Register reports ( that Jeremy White pleaded not guilty Tuesday to second-degree murder. White is accused of killing Christin Caldwell on Nov. 8 and burying the body.

White and another woman, 49-year-old Deena Aday, were arrested Nov. 25 in Pahrump, Nevada, after they were seen leaving a residence owned by White's father.

White is being held on $600,000 bond. His trial is scheduled to start July 10.

Aday is charged with accessory to a felony by willfully withholding or concealing knowledge of a felony. She's free after being released to pretrial services and has a preliminary hearing on March 10.


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