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Hearing Set in Potter Case

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By Tammy Moore Teague
The next hearing in the Fred Potter case is set for Thursday, July 12 at 10 a.m. That hearing is set to take place at the Scott County Courthouse in Waldron.
Judge David McCormick will decide if Potter’s niece, Cassandra Holmes, should be awarded attorney fees. Additionally, will consider  Potter’s current contempt charges.
“He cannot produce a Stradivarius, gold bullion bars and other items that don’t exist,” said nephew, Allen Potter. “It’s a mystery that the niece does not have to prove these items existed,” he added.
Fraud charges against Holmes were filed last week in a Crawford County Court. A date for that hearing has not been set.
 

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