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Trials set for two men charged in shooting death of Lincoln man

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Trials have been scheduled for two men charged in the slaying of a Lincoln man last year.

Judge Paul Merritt Jr. on Tuesday scheduled a trial to begin Feb. 3 for 24-year-old Miguel Castillo. He's charged with first-degree murder and two weapons crimes. A trial date of Feb. 10 is scheduled for 21-year-old Adrian Casares. He's charged with being an accessory, terroristic threats and two weapons crimes.   

Both men have pleaded not guilty.  The charges stem from the slaying of 25-year-old Tyler Schoenrock. His body was found Dec. 30 by a newspaper carrier on a rural road north of Lincoln.
   

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