A trial date is set for one of two Jefferson City men, charged with murder in the death of a Lincoln University student.
A Cole County judge set a July trial date for DeAngelo Frazier, 30, last week. Frazier is charged with second-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon, and armed criminal action in the death of D’Angelo Bratton-Bland.
It was in December of 2018 when Frazier and his friend, Michael Bouchee, allegedly fired shots from in front of a house on Dawson Street. Bratton-Bland was standing nearby with a group of friends when he was hit. Police say Bratton-Bland, a Senior at LU, was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time and had no connection to his shooters.
Frazier is scheduled for a 5-day trial, starting July 13th.
Bouchee, the one who allegedly fired the shot that killed Bratton-Bland, is scheduled to appear in court later this month.