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Aaron Reyna is accused of killing Dana Fegueroa in a trailer in Immokalee in October 2014. He faces a second-diploma homicide cost and two expenses of capturing right into a dwelling.
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A December trial date has been set for a LaBelle man accused of fatally capturing a lady in 2014 on the Seminole reservation close to Immokalee.

Throughout a case administration convention Friday, Collier Circuit Decide Frederick Hardt scheduled Aaron Reyna’s trial to start Dec. four, courtroom paperwork present.

Reyna, 26, faces a second-diploma homicide cost and two fees of capturing right into a dwelling, in accordance with courtroom paperwork. If convicted, he might resist life in jail.

The trial initially was scheduled to start out in August, however Hardt granted a delay after protection attorneys stated they wanted extra time to guage a whole lot of pages of latest proof.

In July, prosecutors provided Reyna a fifty five-yr plea cope with a minimal obligatory sentence of 25 years, however Reyna’s workforce didn’t settle for it.

The December trial is predicted to final three or 4 days, stated James Zonas, Reyna’s lawyer.

Reyna is accused of killing Dana Fegueroa, 29, in a trailer within the 500 block of Dorothy Billie Jimmie Approach in October 2014, based on courtroom data. 

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A witness told detectives that Fegueroa and Reyna got into an argument after she asked for a ride to work, court documents state. The witness said he saw Reyna follow Fegueroa into a bedroom and heard several gunshots. 

Fegueroa’s boyfriend told investigators that Reyna shot her four times in the back of her head, according to court records. The boyfriend also said Reyna made him stay in the trailer at gunpoint and forced him to look at Fegueroa’s body.  

Collier sheriff’s deputies, SWAT team members and hostage negotiators got Reyna out of the trailer and into custody after a four-hour standoff. During that standoff, Reyna said he wanted to be taken seriously and fired a shot inside the trailer, according to court records. 

In an interview with detectives, Reyna said Fegueroa “disrespected” him during the argument and cursed at him, court records state. 

Reyna has been held without bail since his arrest.

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