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Judge denies motion to suppress statements in teen murder case

Dakota Wall Dakota Wall
Sidnee Stephens Sidnee Stephens
PINCKNEYVILLE, IL (KFVS) -

A judge denied a motion to suppress statements in the case of a teen accused in another teen's murder.

Defendant James Glazier's motion to suppress was denied by Judge James Campanella on Feb. 7.

The next court hearing is a pretrial set for March 1 at 11 a.m.

A fisherman found 15-year-old Sidnee Stephens' body floating in the Beaucoup Creek around 5 p.m. Sunday July 25, 2010.  She had been shot.

James Glazier is charged with murder, kidnapping and home invasion.

Three other teens have been charged in connection with Stephens' death.

Carl Dane pleaded guilty to murder and sentence to 60 years in prison. But Dane was found dead in his cell the day he was set to start his prison sentence.

Robbie Mueller is charged with murder, kidnapping and home invasion.

Stephens' half-sister Dakota Wall pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of obstruction a peace officer.  Wall had faced three counts of obstructing justice.

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