Trial Delayed for Suspect in Trumann Deaths

Trial Delayed for Suspect in Trumann Deaths

A trial has been rescheduled for a 28-year-old man charged with killing two people who were found dead in a mobile home in northeast Arkansas.
HARRISBURG, Ark. (AP) - A trial has been rescheduled for a 28-year-old man charged with killing two people who were found dead in a mobile home in northeast Arkansas.

A judge on Friday delayed the trial of John Anthony Arnoult of Jonesboro until March. Arnoult was previously scheduled to go on trial later this month.

Arnoult has pleaded not guilty to two counts of capital murder in the September deaths of 56-year-old Constance Cole and 57-year-old John Poff. He also pleaded not guilty to a burglary charge in the case.

Authorities arrested Arnoult after a maintenance worker found Cole and Poff dead in Poff's mobile home in Trumann.

Arnoult is due back in court March 4 for a pretrial hearing. His trial is now scheduled to begin March 11.

John Anthony Arnoult
John Anthony Arnoult
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