Statements made to police by Wakefield teen ruled admissible in his murder trial
WAKEFIELD, Ne —
A Dakota County judge has ruled that statements made by a Wakefield teen to police will be admissible in his murder trial.
19-year-old Brayan Galvan-Hernandez is one of two people charged with 1st Degree murder in the death of Kraig Kubik of Emerson last November.
His lawyer had asked the judge to suppress incriminating statements Galvan-Hernandez made to police investigating Kubik's death.
The judge has ruled that Galvan-Hernandez had waived his Miranda rights during the interview and that the statements were made*before he asked for an attorney.
His trial is set to begin October 16th in Dakota County District Court.