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November murder trial delayed for Quincy man

November murder trial delayed for Quincy man

6 days, 22 hours ago by Scott Hardy

Travis Wiley accused in January shaking death of a baby

A Quincy man, charged with 1st Degree Murder in the January death of a baby, has had his November trial date stricken after a hearing Wednesday.

Travis Wiley was in Adams County Circuit Court for a status hearing, ahead of a November 5th trial. Court records show that date's been stricken, and Wiley will now be back in court November 7th. He faces three counts of 1st Degree Murder and one count of Aggravated Battery to a Child. Wiley was indicted on the charges in mid-July by an Adams County Grand Jury, and is accused of shaking the unidentified baby in January, causing its' death two days later at a St. Louis hospital. Adams County State’s Attorney Gary Farha announced Wiley's arrest in late June, saying it concluded a six-month investigation that started shortly after the baby’s death.

Wiley's in the Adams County Jail on $5 million bond.

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