Trial Delayed For Man Charged With Killing Culpeper Woman

September 26, 2007

The murder trial of the man already on death row for the murders of a Richmond family and accused of killing a Culpeper woman in 2005 has been delayed.

30-year-old Ricky Gray had been scheduled to go on trial October 29th for the killing of Sheryl Warner. But on Wednesday, Culpeper County Circuit Court Judge John Cullen rescheduled the trial for February 4th, after Gray's attorney, Jeffrey Everhart, asked for more time to prepare.

Warner, 37, was found hanging by an electrical cord in her burning basement on Dec. 18, 2005. She is the ninth person authorities believe Gray killed during a rampage between November 2005 and January 2006.


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