Judge limits media coverage for man who allegedly killed Hoopa woman and ran over joggers
EUREKA- Jason Anthony Warren’s preliminary hearing is set to begin Tuesday morning and on Monday his defense attorney asked the judge to limit media coverage of Warren’s hearing. The judge granted his request, which would prohibit photographs and cameras inside of the courtroom.
The second motion asked that Warren be allowed to wear civilian clothing when transported from the jail to the courthouse, which the judge denied. Warren faces two counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder for allegedly stabbing and killing Dorothy Ulrich at her Hoopa home and then running down three joggers near Freshwater.
The preliminary hearing is expected to last ten days. Stay with News Channel Three as the story develops.
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