One of the defendants accused of a series of hunting-related misdemeanors will appear in court Nov. 2 for a hearing on his motion to change his plea.
Park Myers originally had been set to appear in court today for the hearing, however, District Attorney Doug Gardner has a trial scheduled through this week.
Myers and Jeffrey Peacock were arrested May 21 for bear baiting without a permit, three unlawful possession of game charges, hunting in a closed area and one count of taking big game using unlawful methods. Some of those charges stem from the pair's taking of a black wolf, which coincided with the disappearance of a black wolf dubbed "Romeo" by many local residents.
Myers and Peacock pleaded not guilty at their May 25 arraignment.
Peacock's next court appearance is Oct. 28.
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