Allison Moore, Milan, Ind. murder suspect, waives extradition from Ohio to Indiana
11:06 AM, Jan 9, 2013
9:57 PM, Jan 9, 2013
One of three suspects facing charges in the murder of Milan, Ind. resident Nancy Hershman waived extradition from Ohio to Indiana Wednesday morning.
Allison Moore, 22, faces charges of murder, burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary in the Dec. 30 shooting of Hershman in her home. Moore and two 16-year-old juveniles were arrested in their Colerain Twp. home by investigators with Indiana State Police along with assistance from the Colerain Township Police Department on Saturday, Jan. 5.
The juveniles, also held in the Hamilton County jail, face possible charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder and burglary in relation to the homicide investigation as well. Probable cause documentation revealed one of the juveniles was on probation in Ripley County.
Moore's extradition hearing was initially delayed because Moore could not read court documents through a closed circuit television since she did not have glasses to see.
At the initial hearing Moore said, "I want to get this over as soon as possible."
During a Monday, Jan. 7 news conference, Ripley County Prosecuting Attorney Richard Hertel said it could take two to four weeks to extradite the three suspects from Ohio to Indiana. Whether the juveniles will be tried as adults, or whether Moore will face the death penalty, has yet to be determined.
Further hearings and trial dates will be determined once the extradition is complete.