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Judge Considering Motions In Prairie Grove Murder Case

Posted: January 4, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Heather Swain is led into the courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013, at the Washington County Jail in Fayetteville for arraignment with Judge Ray Reynolds. Swain is one of four facing felony charges in connection with accomplice to capital murder, engaging in violent criminal group activity and kidnapping.
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Heather Swain is led into the courtroom on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013, at the Washington County Jail in Fayetteville for arraignment with Judge Ray Reynolds. Swain is one of four facing felony charges in connection with accomplice to capital murder, engaging in violent criminal group activity and kidnapping.

A judge said he will rule before trial if blood evidence found on clothes and a car and statements made to police can be used at the trial of a woman charged with being an accomplice to capital murder and kidnapping in the December 2012 murder of Ronnie Lee Bradley outside Prairie Grove.

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