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Trial date set for Cody Davis

LAWTON, Okla._One of four teens charged in connection with the double homicide of Uwe and Stefan Rushing now knows his court date.

Cody Davis had his formal arraignment Tuesday and his trial was set for this year's September trial docket. Davis was charged with conspiracy to commit murder for his alleged role in the murders. Uwe and Stefan were killed back in January in what looked like a home invasion.

Just days later, Davis was arrested with along with four others including Thorsten Rushing the son and brother of the victims and the alleged trigger man.

5/15/2014 Thorsten pleads not guilty, Bankston wants to be certified as a child


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