- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 29, 2016

SALINA, Kan. (AP) - A judge has found sufficient evidence for two people to stand trial in the killing of a Nebraska man in a Salina motel parking lot.

The Salina Journal (https://bit.ly/29eF9Ex ) reports that 21-year-old DiAntre Lemmie and 24-year-old Amber Craig were bound over for trial Tuesday. They are charged in the fatal April shooting of 32-year-old Adonis Loudermilk, of Lincoln, Nebraska.

Among the preliminary hearing witnesses was James Faircloth, who tattooed Lemmie at the motel. Faircloth said he heard Craig tell Lemmie that Loudermilk had a “wad” of cash, and that Lemmie vowed to “get that.” Later, Lemmie left the room, and Faircloth said he heard Lemmie say, “I know you got it,” followed by gunshots.

Fairchild testified Craig then said that she didn’t think Lemmie would “take it that far.”

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