Two of the six men charged in a fatal Waterloo shooting have had their trial delayed. The trial for Christopher Spates and Ricardious Spates was supposed to begin today in Black Hawk County District Court, but a judge has rescheduled the trial for March 8th to give defense attorneys more time to prepare their case. The Waterloo cousins are charged with first-degree murder for their role in an October shooting spree that left 23-year-old Thyanna Parsons dead. The trial for four other men charged in the shooting is scheduled to begin in mid-April.
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