Judge denies motion to dismiss indictment against Jeffery Conrad

A motion to dismiss an indictment against Jeffery Conrad has been denied.

Conrad shot and killed a man he says was stealing from his storage unit.

According to McCracken County Circuit Court Clerk Kim Channell, Judge Tim Kaltenbach denied the motion.

Judge Kaltenbach says there is no evidence that Conrad killed in self defense as he claims.

Conrad says he shot Garlon Casey Cox to protect himself and a female friend, and to stop Cox from driving off with his belongings from a storage unit.

Conrad is facing a capitol murder charge.

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