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Pre-trial conference set for January 2016 murder

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Tonya Crawford Tonya Crawford
James Henneha James Henneha
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -

According to court proceedings, a pre-trial conference for Henneha is set for June 6th. The trial is not set to start until April 24th, 2017. He's accused of killing Tonya Crawford, 38, of Joplin. Crawford was reported missing January 22nd, 2016. 

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The Joplin Police Department Detectives with the assistance of the Stillwater, Oklahoma Police Department yesterday arrested James Henneha, age 36 for First Degree Murder.

Henneha is charged with First Degree Murder for the death of Tonya Crawford at 310 West 14th Street, apartment A, Joplin, MO. Crawford was reported missing on January 22, 2016 and found deceased at her apartment on January 23, 2016.

Bond for Henneha is $100,000.00 plus $25,000.00 cash issued by Jasper County. 

(Press Release from Joplin Police Department)

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