Jefferson City murder suspect's arraignment pushed back

A Jefferson City murder suspect appeared in court Wednesday for what was supposed to be his arraignment.

At 9 a.m. Khiry summers was brought into the courtroom in handcuffs and an orange jumpsuit.

He appeared before Judge Kinder.

Kinder was scheduled to arraign the 20-year-old Jefferson City man but the state got a continuance because of a flaw in the wording of the paperwork.

The arraignment was rescheduled for June 20th instead.

Summers' attorney had also filed a motion to reduce bond.

"He would very much like the opportunity to have time with his family who are here in Jefferson City and to work to be able to finance his defense costs," attorney Tina Crow Halcomb said.

But since the arraignment was continued, that motion wasn't heard.

Summers is one of three men charged with second degree murder in the death death of Keith Mosely of Columbia.

Police say Mosely was killed just after midnight on April 22nd in Jefferson City in the 1000 block of Buena Vista.

25-year-old Tracy Session is also charged with second degree murder in the case.

He was also supposed to be arraigned in court today, but because he didn't have a lawyer appointed to his case, his arraignment was pushed back to June 20th.

The third suspect, Brandon Chase, also charged with second degree murder, is scheduled to be back in court next Wednesday for a counsel status hearing.