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Pre-Trial Conference Delayed

The suspect in a Wichita Falls murder will have to wait a few more months for her pre-trial conference.

Leslie Ann Acosta was supposed to appear in court on Thursday morning, but court was canceled because the judge was sick.

Acosta is accused in the 2010 death of Nickalous Shaffer.  Police said Acosta, Rebecca Camilla Hernandez, and Corey Raiford took the victim to River Road.  This was where they shot and stabbed him to death. 

The police affidavit shows that Hernandez admitted to being at the scene as the murder happened.  The affidavit also showed Acosta admitted she was the one who killed Shaffer.

Her pre-trial conference has been moved to May 15th.

Click on the links below to look at our coverage on the murder:

2010 Murder Pre-Trial Conferences

Third Murder Suspect Captured

Police Release New Information on Wichita Falls Homicide
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