State requests palm, footprints from accused killer Lois Riess
Accused killer Lois Riess appeared in court Wednesday for a case management hearing, according to the state attorney’s office.
Riess, 56, is accused of killing her husband in Minnesota, and a woman on Fort Myers Beach, according to investigators.
The state attorney’s office is requesting fingerprints, footprints and palm prints from Riess. The date for printing has not yet been set.
Prosecutors filed an intent to seek the death penalty against Riess on July 2, according to the state attorney’s office. She waived her right to a speedy trial.
Riess was indicted on June 6 by a grand jury for charges of first-degree murder with a firearm, grand theft of a motor vehicle, grand theft and criminal use of personal identification information of a deceased individual of $5,000 or more, according to the state attorney’s office.
Riess’ next case management hearing is scheduled for Oct. 31.
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