HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - After a jury found Daniel Harden not guilty in the murder of Hastings man Jose Hansen, the other two people charged in the case wait for their own hearings.
Katherine Creigh, another person charged in connection to the 2017 shooting death of Jose Hansen, will appear in court for a preliminary hearing Thursday in Adams County. (Source, KSNB)
Katherine Creigh will be in court for her preliminary hearing Thursday. Deante Mullen will have his pre-trial hearing on November 12.
Creigh and Mullen both took plea deals in exchange for their testimonies at Daniel Harden's trial. As of now, Creigh's deal still stands.
Creigh was originally charged with accessory to a felony in connection to the victim's death. As per her plea agreement, the charge went down to a misdemeanor.
The Adams County attorney said they made Creigh's plea deal while the investigation was still ongoing, and no one had been charged.
She said they felt Creigh was the least involved in the crime, was willing to provide a statement and had important information to the case.
Mullen was charged with first degree murder and use of a firearm to commit a felony in connection to Hansen's death. His plea agreement was brought up during Daniel Harden's trial. At that point, it was stated that in exchange for his testimony, he's now being charged with attempted robbery and accessory to a felony.
Local4 reached out to the State Attorney's office to see where Deante Mullen's plea deal stands. They declined comment at this time.
Local4 also asked if anyone will be charged or convicted for the murder of Jose Hansen. They also declined comment.