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Trial set for September for Kenosha County homicide suspect

Andrew Obregon, left, enters Judge Chad Kerkman's courtroom escorted by Kenosha County Sheriff's deputies on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016, in Kenosha, Wis. Obregon has been accused of killing Tywon Anderson in September then going on the run and eluding capture for weeks before he was arrested in Illinois. He has pleaded not guilty to the 32 charges he faces in connection with the case. (Brian Passino/Kenosha News via AP)

Andrew Obregon enters Judge Chad Kerkman’s courtroom escorted by Kenosha County Sheriff’s deputies on Thursday in Kenosha. Obregon has been accused of killing Tywon Anderson in September before going on the run and eluding capture for weeks before he was arrested in Illinois. He has pleaded not guilty to the 32 charges he faces in connection with the case. (Brian Passino/Kenosha News via AP)

KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — A trial is set for September for the Wisconsin man accused of killing another man last year and then eluding authorities for weeks.

Andrew Obregon of Bristol appeared in Kenosha County court Thursday for his final pretrial hearing.

WITI-TV reports Obregon’s attorneys asked for — and were given — more time to prepare for his trial. The trial is now set for Sept. 26.

Obregon is accused of killing Tywon Anderson in September, then going on the run and eluding capture for weeks before being arrested in Illinois. Obregon has pleaded not guilty to the 32 charges he faces in connection with the case.

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