Dayton Police previously asked the community for help in locating Malahky McCain. Dayton Police told the Dayton Daily News that they have not been able to interview McCain yet, and the investigation is ongoing.
Meanwhile, Collins is the only person indicted in connection with Shelton’s death. In that case, defense attorney Thomas Manning has filed several motions, including a demand for a bill of particulars document that may detail the allegations against Collins.
A call for comment to Manning was not returned Wednesday.
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The defense attorney has also requested notice of the state’s evidence and is asking the court to review Collins’ million bond.
Collins is due back in court on March 18 for a status conference and on March 25 for a scheduling conference. However, the attorney has asked that those hearings are continued.