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Accused murderer Steve Nunn's cases move on in court

By: Elizabeth Dorsett Email
By: Elizabeth Dorsett Email

Accused murderer Steve Nunn was supposed to be in court Monday morning in Fayette District court for a preliminary hearing revolving around assault charges filed by the woman police say he killed.

Nunn faces those assault charges for allegedly hitting his former fiance, 29-year-old Amanda Ross. Those charges prompted an emergency protective order that police say he violated when they say he gunned her down in September.

Neither of Nunn's attorneys showed up for the hearing, so the case was passed on until next week.

Nunn is expected to be in a Hart County Courtroom Tuesday morning to face wanton endangerment charges. Police say they found him at his father's grave after Ross was murdered. They say Nunn fired several shots in the cemetery near officers.

Thursday morning, Nunn will answer to the murder charges he faces in Fayette County. His arraignment is scheduled for that morning.


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