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August 11, 2014 2:54 PM

Judge sets hearing date for man accused of killing Durham volunteer minister

The first court appearance for the man accused of killing Durham priest Kent Hinkson lasted less than a minute Monday. In that time, District Court Judge Lunsford Long set an Aug. 25 probable-cause hearing for Matthew John Reed and sent Reed back to the Orange County Jail without bail.

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