PARKERSBURG-A new trial date has been set in the case of a Belpre man accused of a 2010 murder of a Wood County woman.
Brent Michael Radabaugh, 34, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, will face trial in August after Wood County Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Reed set the new trial date for Aug. 7.
Radabaugh was indicted by the September 2010 grand jury on a charge of murder in relation to the death of Rebecca Hoyler in April 2010.
On April 17 he was granted a continuance on his trial that was to begin April 23.
According to Parkersburg police reports, Hoyler was stabbed multiple times in her 16th Street home. Her car was found parked near the corner of 18th and Spring streets.
In other circuit court hearings:
* Jessie J. Adams, 54, 1111 Latrobe St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a petition to revoke his probation. He admitted to the allegations in the petition and was placed on home confinement.
* Casey Jay Cox, 34, 17 W. Lake St., Washington, W.Va., was granted a motion to continue his trial to the May court term and Reed set the new date for July 10. Cox was indicted by the January 2011 grand jury on one count of malicious assault and four counts of battery.
* Marlan Keith Tichnell, 35, 12051 Staunton Turnpike, Smithville, W.Va., was granted a motion to continue his trial to the May court term. Judge J.D. Beane set a new trial date for July 10. Tichnell was indicted by the January grand jury on two charges of third-degree sexual assault.
* Julie Lynn Kimball, 27, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, was arraigned before Beane on an indictment from the January grand jury. He entered a plea of not guilty and his trial date will be set on arraignment day at the beginning of the May court term. He was also granted a motion to reduce his bond to $25,000 from $50,000 with a condition of home confinement with GPS.
* Bradley Justin Giffen, 30, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, was granted a motion to continue his trial to the May court term. His new trial date will be set by Beane on the arraignment day at the beginning of the May court term.