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Moore Homicide Case Bound Over to Scotts Bluff Co. District Court

Moore Homicide Case Bound Over to Scotts Bluff Co. District Court

The homicide case against a Scottsbluff man accused of stabbing another man to death at a downtown apartment last month has been bound over to Scotts Bluff County District Court.

County Court Judge Kris Mickey Thursday found probable cause on charges of Second Degree Murder and Use of a Weapon to Commit a Felony against Gregory Scott Moore, and set his District Court arraignment for Dec. 18 at 1 p.m.

The 54-year-old was arrested Nov. 23 after Moore opened the apartment door officers performing a welfare check, who then saw 23-year-old Fernando Camacho-McBride inside, laying face down and unresponsive.

Court records in a separate case pending against Moore indicate at the time of the Nov. stabbing, he was free on bond on charges of felony Terroristic Threats and Use of a Deadly Weapon to Commit a Felony, plus misdemeanor Third Degree Assault.

In that case, Moore is accused of threatening a landlord with a pocket knife at a different apartment building Mar. 30, and then striking the landlord in the head with his fists when the man fell over during the incident. A pre-trial conference in that case has been previously set for Dec. 16.

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