Updyke excused from Wednesday hearing

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Posted: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 7:11 pm

A Lee County judge has excused Harvey Updyke Jr. from attending a hearing on Wednesday afternoon, which was most recently scheduled for a discussion of bond for the 64-year-old accused of poisoning the Toomer’s Oaks.

Circuit Court Judge Jacob A. Walker III excused Updyke on Tuesday after defense attorney Andrew Stanley filed a motion requesting his client be allowed to remain in Louisiana. Prosecutors did not object to the motion. In his ruling, Walker ordered Updyke to appear for a Feb. 13 hearing, when pending motions by the Lee County District Attorney’s Office and the defense are scheduled to be discussed.

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