Reynold's murder case moves forward
Both Sarah Kolb, 16 and Cory Gregory, 17 will appear in court Monday for pretrail hearings. They are each charged with two counts of first degree murder and one count of concealing a homicide.
Nathan Gaudet, 16 is to be sentenced in juvenile court next week for his role in the dismemberment of Reynolds’ body after pleading guilty to a charge of concealing a homicide last month.
On Wednesday, Rock Island County State’s Attorney Jeff Terronez is scheduled to appear before two judges, one for Kolb and one for Gregory, to seek material witness status for an undisclosed number of people who are likely to testify in the cases.
The purpose of declaring some people material witnesses is to give the prosecutor assurance that they will appear in court when called. Terronez has declined to identify the witnesses he intends to classify as material.
He has listed about 130 people as potential witnesses in the state’s case against Kolb and Gregory. As of Thursday, he had turned over 617 pages of reports and related material in the case to the co-defendants’ attorneys.