Trial set back for man accused of stabbing a South Bend woman to death

A new trial date has been set for a man accused of stabbing a South Bend woman to death earlier this year. Manuel Clemon's trial will now begin December 17.

Monday the court granted a continuance for the trial set to begin the beginning of next month.

Celmon's was charged with the Felony Murder back in January for the death of Deshone Caradine. Caradine's body was found by her son in her Eddy Street Apartment.

Police say Clemon stabbed the 42-year-old to death. Chicago Police arrested him after several days of searching.

He's currently being held in the St. Joseph County Jail.


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