Not blameworthy supplications were officially entered Tuesday morning on account of Eric James Reinbold, who is blamed for killing his better half, Lissette, outside of their country Oklee home in July.

Reinbold, 45, has been charged in Pennington County District Court with two crime counts of second degree murder, including one count claiming deliberate homicide. He remains imprisoned at the Pennington County Jail.

Not guilty pleas entered in Reinbold case | Thief River Falls Times & Northern Watch - Official Page
Not guilty pleas entered in Reinbold case | Thief River Falls Times & Northern Watch - Official Page

A phone booking gathering between Judge Tamara Yon and the lawyers has been set for Tuesday, Nov. 2. Around then, it is normal that they will likely timetable future court hearings and a potential jury trial.

Not guilty pleas entered in Reinbold case | Thief River Falls Times & Northern Watch - Official Page
Not guilty pleas entered in Reinbold case | Thief River Falls Times & Northern Watch - Official Page

Reinbold was captured without occurrence during the early morning long periods of Wednesday, Aug. 4 after he had been on the lam for 26 days. Reinbold was situated on an empty farmstead around four miles upper east of Oklee. Law implementation had set up trail cameras, which made them aware of his quality. The region had been beforehand searched.

Lissette Reinbold, 34, had been discovered dead by one of her youngsters Friday, July 9. As indicated by the protest, she had been cut on various occasions in her neck, middle and furthest points." The clinical still up in the air that she had passed on from blood misfortune. The way of still up in the air to be homicide.

Not guilty pleas entered in Reinbold case | Thief River Falls Times & Northern Watch - Official Page
Not guilty pleas entered in Reinbold case | Thief River Falls Times & Northern Watch - Official Page

Messages between the couple showed pressure and endeavors at compromise returning to March. That month, Eric Reinbold had been let out of government jail in the wake of spending time in jail for unlawfully having unregistered line bombs. He supposedly blamed his better half for betrayal, requested sex and battled with her over funds. In one trade, Lissette Reinbold supposedly "reminded the litigant that he punched and gagged her in 2015."