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Win for suspect in ongoing murder case

Court suppresses incriminating statements made by Capone in early probe of Clarkston woman's disappearance

Posted: Thursday, April 10, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 12:03 am, Thu Apr 10, 2014.

MOSCOW - Statements Charles A. Capone allegedly made to police less than a month after his estranged wife went missing cannot be used at trial.

Second District Judge Michael J. Griffin granted a defense motion to suppress statements Capone made during the May 6, 2010, interview in which he is alleged to have made an incriminating remark related to Rachael Anderson's disappearance. The motion was one of many Griffin heard Wednesday during a hearing in advance of Capone's trial on murder charges related to Anderson's disappearance.

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