Woman is arraigned in October shooting death of Hagerstown man

November 14, 2007|By ERIN JULIUS

A woman charged with first-degree murder in the Oct. 5 shooting death of a Hagerstown man was scheduled Tuesday morning for an arraignment in Washington County Circuit Court.

Michelle L. Hebron, 23, formerly of 101 East Ave., Apt. 3, did not have to appear in court because the Office of the Public Defender already filed notice it would represent her.

David Leonard Moore, 23, of 105 E. Washington St., was found shot in the head Oct. 5, lying at the base of a staircase in the first-floor hallway of the apartment building.

Hebron and Moore were acquaintances, investigators have said.

Deputy District Public Defender Eric Reed filed notice Friday that he would represent Hebron. Reed filed a request for a jury trial and a notice that his client would plead not guilty.


Reed also represented Hebron in October during a Washington County District Court bond review.

Hebron has served time in prison in Jessup, Md., and has lived at The Salvation Army shelter in Hagerstown, according to Washington County District Court documents.

She was unemployed at the time of her arrest and living with a friend, according to records.

Hebron was released from prison in April after serving time for a weapons charge.

A four-day jury trial is set to begin April 7, 2008, according to court records.

Hebron was being held without bond Tuesday night at the Washington County Detention Center.

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