Lewis Geyer, Times-CallFlowers and candles lay in a second-floor stairwell in Building H at The Shores at McIntosh Lake two mornings after the stabbing death there of 20-year-old Makayla Grote.
Aiden von Grabow will stand trial as an adult for first-degree murder and a slew of other charges in the November stabbing death in Longmont of Mikayla Grote, a Boulder judge ruled late Friday.
The ruling by Boulder County District Judge Andrew Macdonald to transfer the case from juvenile to adult court came at the end of a week that had seen four full days of often emotional and graphic testimony surrounding the Nov. 18 slaying in Longmont of Grote, 20.
Macdonald also bound von Grabow over for trial on 11 felony counts, including a single count of first-degree murder, three counts of attempted first-degree murder, plus two counts of stalking, two of menacing and one count each of criminal extortion, third-degree assault and criminal attempt to commit first-degree arson.
Boulder County District Attorney’s spokeswoman Catherine Olguin said the case will be heard by Boulder County District Judge Judith LaBuda. Von Grabow’s next court date will not be known until that office formally dismisses the original charges in juvenile court and files the case anew in district court.
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Source:: The Denver Post