Little Rock, Ark. — The trial of Sam Bob Castleman and a group of Lawrence and Randolph county residents who have been charged in a federal drug case, with the production and distribution of meth has again been postponed.
The trial originally scheduled for April 29 has been postponed to an unspecified date, according to a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s office here.
The original indictment was issued against Castleman and the group in February of 2012, and trial dates have been postponed in the case.
A federal judge has also denied a motion brought by Castleman and Rebecca Louise Spray to suppress evidence against them brought by the Hoxie Police Dept. Castleman and Spray were accused of buying materials to manufacture meth at a farm store in Walnut Ridge, Ark.
Others named in the indictment are: Thomas Thorn Watson, Travis Blaine Perkins, Randall Byrd, James Barnett, Travis Watkins, Spray, and Robert Jerrod Castleman.