Theater Shooting Suspect Back In Court
The 71-year-old retired Tampa police captain accused of shooting and killing a man earlier this year in a Wesley Chapel theater was in court for an early hearing Wednesday.
A trial date has not been set for Curtis Reeves yet, but the judge has scheduled a July 9th hearing to set the case for trial.
Last month a judge denied bail for the retired police captain.
Reeves is accused of shooting 43-year-old Chad Oulson on January 13th inside the Cobb Grove 16 Theaters in Wesley Chapel.
Nicole Oulson, Oulson's widow, was also shot.
According to police, Reeves opened fire following an argument over text messages Chad Oulson was sending.
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