West Seattle Crime Watch followup: Murder trial date set

One of the half-dozen-plus ongoing criminal cases on which we check periodically is that of Angelo Felice, charged with the stabbing murder last February of the Fauntleroy man best known by his vaudeville name, Hokum W. Jeebs. Felice was back in court today; a trial date was tentatively set for January 17th, provided everything is in order at the “omnibus” check-in hearing that will precede it, on December 30th. We last reported on this case in March; what’s happened since then is the fairly standard pattern of check-in hearings, postponements, and also in this case some motions and documents that are “sealed,” regarding expert witnesses for the defense. Felice has been in jail, held in lieu of $1 million bail, since last February 16th, the day after the killing, when he was picked up while walking in Highland Park, hours after being seen climbing out of a ravine near Jeebs’s home.

1 Reply to "West Seattle Crime Watch followup: Murder trial date set"

  • Becky October 25, 2011 (9:54 am)

    I know this young man. He was in the fostercare system in NY. It is a travesty because they let him go home toooo early. He was an amazing young man who had so much potential. It is a shame and a shame in NY for letting him go. He was mine for 4 short months and I saw the man he could have become. It is just a shame.

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