- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 4, 2016

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (AP) - A Klamath Falls man scheduled to stand trial Wednesday on a murder charge has been granted a continuance because his attorney says he does not have all the information to proceed to trial.

The Herald and News reported Tuesday (https://bit.ly/2dbTVvK) that the attorney for 19-year-old Seth James Cunningham says he is unable to complete his investigation without more evidence from the state.

Attorney Robert Foltyn has requested all recordings and documentation related to interviews between Cunningham and law enforcement.

The Klamath County District Attorney’s office is objecting to the trial delay.

Cunningham was arrested Dec. 29, 2015, and charged with the murder of 21-year-old Aaron Dillon Andrews.

Authorities subsequently indicted Cunningham in the homicide of 39-year-old Tyler Devore Nelson.

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