Woodward Man To Stand Trial For Murder

KSCB News - July 11, 2010 12:00 am

A Woodward County judge has scheduled a

Dec. 14 trial date for a man charged with first-degree murder in

the death of his friend.

Richard Wayne Conway is accused of the fatal shooting of Cheryl

Roberts, who shot while she was visiting Conway’s home Nov. 3.

Roberts died the next day in an Oklahoma City hospital.

Police have alleged that Conway told them during an interview

that he became upset after he and Roberts argued, and then he shot

her. Conway has pleaded not guilty.

Conway’s attorney, Cynthia Viol, and prosecutors said they have

agreed to provide each other with discovery materials at least 30

days before the trial starts.

The judge scheduled an Oct. 28 status hearing in the case.

 

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