NAMPA, Idaho (AP) — A person who was accused of breaking into an Idaho residence, stabbing a 3-year-old woman and injuring eight others has pleaded responsible to first-degree homicide and a dozen further fees.
Timmy Kinner Jr., 32, pleaded responsible to eight counts of aggravated battery, two counts of aggravated assault and different fees, together with homicide.
Kinner’s dying penalty trial, which was scheduled for September 2021, has since been vacated, the Idaho Press reported. The Ada County Prosecutor’s Workplace didn’t reply to the outlet’s report for a request for info on Kinner’s dying penalty standing.
All victims of the 2018 assault have been refugees who fled violent battle in Ethiopia, Iraq and Syria, together with Ruya Kadir, 3, who was the daughter of a girl from Ethiopia who rented the residence.
Kinner is scheduled to be sentenced on June 10, 2021.