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Trial in trans murder case postponed due to COVID


The trial for a Baltimore man charged in the June 13, 2019 shooting death of D.C. transgender woman Zoe Spears, 23, on a street just across the D.C.

border in Prince George’s County has been postponed from Aug. 17 to an undermined date no sooner than at least October. A spokesperson for the Prince George’s County Circuit Court said court restrictions put in place related to the coronavirus pandemic have resulted in the postponement of all pending trials at the P.G.

County courthouse in Upper Marlboro until the middle of October, when trials were tentatively expected to be rescheduled. Prince George’s County police on July 18, 2019 charged Gerardo Thomas, 34, with first degree murder in connection with Spears’ death.

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