Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: June 21, 3:02 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE — A former Shepherdsville city employee who was indicted for not returning property as required will not go to trial until August.
In a hearing Wednesday, defense attorney Steve Romines said that he could not be ready for trial this week due to just receiving some discovery information in the trial.
Robert “Junior” Bright was indicted in March 2012 for allegedly failing to make required disposition of property valued at over $10,000.
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