Judge scolds state over failure to disclose ‘killer clown’ evidence, waits to set new trial date due to repeated delays

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Judge scolds state over failure to disclose ‘killer clown’ evidence, waits to set new trial date due to repeated delays

WEST PALM BEACH — A Palm Beach County judge scolded prosecutors and the Sheriff’s Office for failing to notice missing evidence until shortly before the so-called “killer clown” case was scheduled to begin, evidence that could be helpful to the defense.

Circuit Judge Scott Suskauer didn’t play favorites in court Friday, saving some of his ire for defense lawyer Greg Rosenfeld for stating in his court filings that the missing documents were located in the Palm Beach State Attorney’s Office. They were actually at the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

The trial of Sheila Keen Warren, accused of dressing as a clown 32 years ago and shooting Marlene Warren to death, was supposed to get underway with jury selection on Friday. Instead, the frustrated judge on the case won’t schedule a trial until early next year.

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