Attorney's for two people charged with Carl Anderson's murder appeared in court on behalf of their clients September 12th.
It appears that Teri Dean-Morrison's case will be moved to Jasper County on a change of venue once the Supreme Court assigns a judge to hear the case. Kristin Jones withdrew her motion for a change of judge in Morrison's case. Both sides agreed to request Senior Judge Ed Sweeney to hear the case.
Cheryl Crawford is now represented by public defender Paul Duchscherer who asked that his client's trial be moved to another county. Judge Alan Blankenship sustained (granted) the motion and it looks like that case will now be heard in Laclede County.
Crawford is scheduled to return to court for a status hearing on February 13, 2013.
|Carl Glenn Anderson|
The hearing for Eugene Crider was postponed until November 14th. The ruling on his motion for a change of venue will be taken up then, but it is a mere formality. Any time an attorney requests a change of venue in a county with less than 75,000 residents it is automatically granted.
According to authorities, Anderson was last seen at a home in Highlandville, which was shared by the three defendants.