Richmond enters plea in abatement, hearing scheduled

Defense argues case lacks probable cause


The attorney for a Sidney woman, who prosecutors allege committed a string of burglaries in Cheyenne County, filed a court document this week arguing there is insufficient evidence his client carried out the crimes.

Mindy Richmond, 34, is charged with 21 felony counts of burglary. Twelve days ago, a county court judge ruled there was probable cause to bind the charges over to district court.

On Wednesday, Richmond – who is free on $100,000 bond – appeared before District Court of Cheyenne County Judge Derek Weimer. The defendant’s lawyer, James Korth, and special prosecutor, Doug Warn...

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