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Sumner motions hearing suspended over missing video

A hearing on motions to suppress evidence in the case of Bobbie Jo Sumner was suspended by Judge Bill Fears March 17 to give both the prosecution and defense time to search for missing dash camera video deemed critical to the case. Sumner is scheduled to go to trial April 26 on counts of first degree vehicular homicide and hit and run as well as multiple counts of making false statements. She is charged in connection with the June 29, 2013 death of Alexandra Noelle Desir. Desir was on her way to work at Huddle House from a GSC dorm just before midnight when she as struck and killed while walking along Rose Avenue in Barnesville. Defense attorney Bubba Head is contesting officer Freddie Oates’ account of the first questioning of Sumner on July 2, 2013. For a full account of the lengthy hearing, see the 3.22.16 edition of The Herald Gazette.

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