|Bob Weaver 2012|
The case charging Richard Vance for robbing Calhoun Banks in Arnoldsburg in Sept. 2010 will go to trial this morning in Grantsville.
The trial hit a snag in November, 2011, when Vance's attorney John Oshoway asked for a dismissal because prosecutor Rocky Holmes had not provided discovery in a timely manner.
Vance, 23, of Orma, has also been indicted for third degree sexual assault of a 16-year-old female, according to Circuit Court records. That trial is set for June 5, 2012.
Also set for trial Tuesday, Tommy Brent Estep and Charles Metz.
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