CLEVELAND (WKBN) – The trial for James Reardon has been pushed back again, in part because of the coronavirus.
Reardon is accused of threatening the Youngstown Jewish Community Center last year.
A federal judge in Cleveland agreed to postpone the case until March to give attorneys more time to possibly negotiate a plea deal.
The judge also said COVID-19 concerns are impacting lawyers’ ability to prepare for trial.
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