McCaffery and Reeves, charged for crimes in Grand County Court
Grand County, CO Colorado
Kimberly Mae McCaffery and Jerod Morris Reeves were in Grand County Court on Thursday afternoon to face final charges for crimes they’re suspected of committing at the scene of a murder-suicide.
Public Defender Scott Troxell is representing Reeves on the charges of identity theft, theft, criminal trespass, possession of burglary tools, tampering with physical evidence, criminal possession of a financial device, violation of bail bonds, criminal mischief, abuse of a corpse, and telecommunication crime.
Jacob Eppler, a Denver attorney, will be representing Kimberly Mae McCaffery on charges of identity theft, theft, first degree criminal trespass, possession of burglary tools, tampering with physical evidence, criminal possession of a financial device, violation of bail bonds, and criminal mischief.
Eppler was appointed by the court as alternate defense council since both defendants cannot be represented by the same public defender.
Heather Stein, deputy district attorney, will prosecute the case.
The charges stem from alleged crimes the suspects committed at the scene of a father-son murder-suicide on County Road 102 near the Trough Road in December.
McCaffery, 29, of Craig is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Feb. 9. Reeves, 35, also of Craig is set to appear for a preliminary hearing will on Feb. 2.
Federal charges may be filed at the end of January, but according to the Grand County Sheriff’s Office such charges, if any, have not yet been confirmed.
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