AUGUSTA (AP) — The attorney for a New York man charged in the Maine shooting deaths of a couple on Christmas morning wants to know what the state is promising the man who allegedly drove him to the scene.

The Kennebec Journal (http://bit.ly/29pVaY1 ) reported that attorney Pamela Ames said Tuesday she anticipates an August hearing on the motion in the case against 30-year-old David Marble Jr.

The Rochester, New York, man has pleaded not guilty to charges of intentional or knowing murder in the deaths of 35-year-old Eric Williams and 26-year-old Bonnie Royer in Manchester on Dec. 25.

A police affidavit names a man as an alleged driver for Marble and alleges he bought two firearms for him.

Ame’s motion filed in May seeks the “disclosure of inducements, immunity and/or promises” to him.


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