NEW DETAILS: Trial To Start Soon For Husband Of Missing Clarksto - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

NEW DETAILS: Trial To Start Soon For Husband Of Missing Clarkston Woman

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KHQ.COM - Charles Capone's trial begins March 25th at 9am in Asotin County. Jury selection is March 22nd. It was originally set for today, but pushed back to this date.

His trial is for assault charges involving Rachael Anderson who disappeared 2 years ago. He remains the sole "Person Of Interest" not named a "Suspect" in her disappearance.

UPDATE: Charles Capone had a bond hearing Thursday morning in Asotin County. His bond was increased to $1 million from $250,000.

Capone's Next hearing is October 8th.

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CLARKSTON, Wash. - New charges will be filed against the estranged husband of missing woman Rachael Anderson.

Charles Capone will be charged with Second Degree Assault for an incident that happened prior to Anderson's disappearance in April of 2010.

Detectives were able to look back at evidence and have enough to charge him.

Capone is due to be released from federal half way house on the west side.

He will be transported to Asotin County to face those charges, and could be in court as early as Friday.

Capone is being held on $250,000 bond.

Investigators continue to follow up on leads and have searched from Coeur d'Alene to Clarkston and beyond.

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