Wade hearing will determine fate of crucial evidence in murder case

Joshua Wade’s trial for the murder of Anchorage nurse Mindy Schloss and bank fraud involving her ATM card doesn’t take place until May. But this week in an evidentiary hearing, attorneys are battling in federal court whether crucial evidence stemming from the bloodhounds used in the investigation will be allowed in the trial.

Len Anderson, KSKA – Anchorage

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