Three Plead Not Guilty to Obstruction of Justice Charges
Three people accused of obstructing justice following the shooting death of Rayshone Humphrey Jr enter not guilty pleas to the charges.
Stefan Crider Jr. and Julia Crider entered the not guilty pleas before Judge Scott Walden. They are alleged to have provided money and a vehicle to Stefan Crider III and Steson Crider allowing them to leave Illinois. The Class 4 felony charges carry a maximum sentence of six years in prison. A bond reduction for Stefan Crider Jr. and Julia Crider was denied. A jury trial is scheduled for July. Stefan Crider III also entered a not guilty plea to those charges Wednesday.
Steson Crider has waived extradition to Illinois during a May court appearance in Arizona. He faces first degree murder charges in the shooting death of Humphrey.